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  • http://www.downes.ca Stephen Downes

    Not hard to be mentioned in a list that features only American bloggers.

  • http://www.wesfryer.com Wesley Fryer

    Yes, I did notice the group was not international too…

  • http://www.edutopia.org Jim Daly

    Indeed, it’s not an international list. And there’s a simple reason for that. Frankly, we can’t judge blogs whose language we don’t understand. There may be some excellent Chinese, French, Italian, Czech, Spanish, Japanese, etc. edublogs, and – if so – please tell us about them. Stephen: send us your favorite international blogs. Sounds like you have some ideas. We can include them in our international issue (best ideas from educational communities around the world) which will come out in February. Meanwhile, there are plenty of US edublogs worth crowing about.

    Jim Daly
    Editor in Chief, Edutopia

  • http://www.downes.ca Stephen Downes

    I would rather not single out a few ‘favorite’ blogs – but I can point to the very international list of edublogs I look at, several hundred of them, all in English (people speak excellent English outside the United States, you’d be amazed).

    http://www.downes.ca/edurss/feeds.htm

  • http://www.edutopia.org Jim Daly

    Thanks, Stephen. Much appreciated and very helpful. We can get this list in our international issue which, as I noted earlier, comes out in a few months.

    Anyway, this list was meant to be nothing more than what the title implies: Edublogs We Love. I wouldn’t read any dark jingoism into it. We solicited input on favorite blogs from many folks, and these were the ones most often cited. Guess we need to look past our own borders, though. Thanks for the reminder.

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