CALL # 2
I found three blogs that interest me the most. I think that the common thing to all of the three blogs is the way they are design that captured my eye. They're organized, nice to look at, and their content is interesting.
On one blog, I read about flipped learning. http://flipped-learning.com/ In the model of flipped classroom the teacher creates (or uses others) videos which students watch at home. And then some of the class time is used to help students with what used to be homework. I think that it's an innovative way of teaching and studying. I didn't explore all it's advantages and disadvantages yet but I'm sure it has a lot to offer.
The second blog is edudemic http://edudemic.com/. It's a blog written by teachers and students and it contains a large amount of ideas, lesson plans, aritcles, and of course how to use different tools of technology in learning. One of the suggested tools is called "pinterest", which is an online pinboard to organize and share things. If I understood correctly I think that it's something between a blog and a bookmark.
The third blog that I entered, free technology for teachers http://www.freetech4teachers.com is in some way more simpler than the others and suggests a tool that I will probably use in the future in my class. The idea is simple and fun (I don't know about the execution). There's a page that designed in order to introduce and show how to use various free video creation resources. Personally, I like editing so I could make videos about different materials, and I hope this would be a helpful tool.