Global Education Publisher CMRubinWorld Ranks 2014's Twelve Greatest Global Blogs from Innovative Tech Savvy Educators

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As the world debates whether or not apps and technology will eventually replace traditional classroom learning, CMRubinWorld has emphasized the enduring place of the teacher in social media technology: more than 8% of all tweets posted each day are from educators.

Twitter recently reported that 42 million of the half billion tweets posted each day are from educators. CMRubinWorld has just listed some of the greatest blogs from tech savvy teachers around the world. The article, "Our Global Top 12 Teacher Blogs," features 13 innovative teachers who have compellingly blogged and tweeted in 2014.

Those teachers include: Karen Lirenman from Canada, who blew up Twitter by having her kindergarten class ask, "What does it look like outside your window today?"; Craig Kemp from Singapore, who has brought many new global voices to the education debate with his hashtag "whatisschool"; and Richard Wells from New Zealand, who teaches how to effectively use iPads in school.

Topping CMRubinWorld’s list is Susan Bowles from Florida, whose letter of complaint about a test called FAIR, which she felt was cheating her students out of the fun of learning, went viral and caused many to rethink the testing system.

The full top 12 list is online at CMRubinWorld:

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CMRubinWorld is an online publishing company which has become a highly visible platform for global discourse on 21st century education. The company is respected for publishing a diverse range of innovative ideas that are presented by the founder, C. M. Rubin, together with the world’s thought leaders in education. Our interviews and articles covering the vital issues faced today are intended to be of integral value to parents, students, and educators who are our readers around the world.

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