Professional Teaching Journals for New Teachers? Related Tags: New Teachers More Related Discussions Elana Leoni , Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer Posted 06/28/2010 3:35PM | Last Commented 06/11/2014 7:01PM Staff 7 Shares 8 10141 Views Came across this question from a new teacher on Twitter and thought I'd pose it to this group: "What professional teaching journals would you recommend new teachers get?" If you have any suggestions, please share them below. Thanks! Sign in to vote! Sign in to Flag as Spam 89SHARES Comments (8)Sign in or register to postSubscribe to comments via RSS Newest Related Discussions Posted 6/28/2010 4:27pm Steve J. MooreI'm a writing teacher in Kansas City Blogger Here was my response on Twitter During my 1st year I joined: @ASCD @PDKintl @MSTA @Edutopia @NCTE (I may be missing a few) Cost me a few bucks, but worth it. Sign in to vote! Posted 6/28/2010 4:40pm Steve J. MooreI'm a writing teacher in Kansas City Blogger I suppose I should enter the full names of those organizations since they don't appear as Twitter links, ha :) www.ascd.org Association of Supervision and Curriculum Developmentwww.pdkintl.org Phi Delta Kappa Missouri State Teachers Association (my state teaching agency) National Council of Teachers of English (pick the one closest to your area) and Edutopia of course :) Sign in to vote! Posted 7/1/2010 7:34pm JessicaSchool Library Media Specialist for a K-4 Public School thanks for your links! Sign in to vote! Posted 7/1/2010 8:52pm Terri SchooneAssociate Professor What is your certification or area of interest? Join the professional organization for your area. I'm biased but I think a free subscription to techLearning (http://techlearning.com/Subscribe) should be on your list. If you are a facebook fan, find some good organizations to "like." I really enjoy Edutopia and PBS for Teachers. Sign in to vote! Posted 7/2/2010 2:49pm Lisa Dabbs Educational Consultant. Author. Speaker. Blogger. Blogger Saw so many great responses on Face Book to this question as well as a few here. I'm not sure that I would even qualify these as "journals", but as we are moving to stay in 21st century learning I want to add these great books and websites: Classroom Instruction That Works: Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement-by ROBERT J. MARZANO, DEBRA J. PICKERING, JANE E. POLLOCK The Art and Science of Teaching: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Instruction-by ROBERT J. MARZANO Harry Wongs website~>http://www.effectiveteaching.com/cart.php Amazing website!~>http://www.readwritethink.org/ Another great resource~>http://www.newteachercenter.org/index.php ANDhttp://edudemic.com/2010/06/5-ways-new-teachers-can-be-hip/ Lastly Shelly Terrell's You Tube site with great easy to follow insturctions on how to support edtech for all teachers~>http://www.youtube.com/user/shellterrell#p/p/9BE3429DA0666ABA/0/lk_angywZ5Q I think we have some great resources to get started with here! Thanks for posting the question. :) ~Lisa D Sign in to vote! Posted 7/7/2010 4:38pm Debi Duke ...Rethinking Schools (www.RethinkingSchools.org), a quarterly edited and published by teachers, can't be beat. Over 20+ years they've created a national (and sometimes international) community of innovative teachers (plus some parents and other school people) who care about building just schools and a just society. Sign in to vote! Posted 8/11/2010 10:53pm Robin Stirling-Kottabi In the area of early childhood education it is YC Young Children magazine and Childcare Exchange. Scholarly articles, practical ideas, real teacher input and you can get them online too :) Sign in to vote! Posted 8/12/2010 6:26pm Karen7th Grade English Language Arts Teacher I will echo the recommendation to join Phi Delta Kappa and read their monthly journal, The Kappan, as well as there valuable online resources available to members. Right now they are running a free 60 day trial membership. You'll get 2 copies of the Kappan and 1 copy of an online publication called the EDge. Some locations have a local chapter of teachers that meet and discuss educational issues. There are also webinars that you are invited to be a part of. I teach English Language Arts and find my local state chapter of NCTE valuable, perhaps your state has one too. Mine is The Ohio Council of Teachers of English (OCTELA). 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