Larry Ferlazzo has been a teacher since 2003 and is probably best-known as an ed tech blogger who covers The Best sites to help you teach ELL, ESL and EFL. He is a Spanish-speaking techie teacher whose blog (Websites of the Day) is followed by thousands. Recently he did his usual mid-year organizing of The Best lists, and found that he now has over 1,300 Best lists. If you'd like to see them all in one place, here is the massive list by category. It's best to browse this in small doses, since it would take a lifetime to look at them all. Use the Ctrl+F keyboard shortcut to search by key word.
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