I have 80+ blogs on my Bloglines but only look at a couple daily. One of my favorites is a young man named Dan Meyers. I like him because he is a lot of things I'm not
1. He's a mathematician--I'm not
2. He is an exceptionally good writer--I'm not
3. He's a deep thinker--I'm not
4. He's analytical---I'm not
5. He's a videographer---I'm not
6. He's young--I'm not
Dan is a third year teacher who really makes a difference, his students are lucky to have him. If you stop by to see him, you'll check back often.
There are so many excellent educational blogs; I keep adding to bloglines daily and am currently reading 110 blogs for different reasons. It does depend upon your purpose in subscribing to blogs but I have to agree with Nancy that Dan Meyers blog is excellent for the reasons that she states. In addition,
1. He is brilliant - I am not
2. He is humorous - I am not
I recommend that you read through as many of his posts as you can because they offer a wealth of resources for all teachers and will stimulate your thinking about your own classroom practices.
Of course, I recommend my own blog if you work with struggling learners because I don't see a lot of emphasis on blogs about working with students with learning disabilities or learning challenges. www.teachingeverystudent.blogspot.com (scroll through older posts)
For ELL teachers, Larry Ferlazzo's blog is incredible.http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/
I DO subscribe to Tim Holt's blog and enjoy it!
and there are so many more.....