I use Pinterest a lot for both school and personal ideas. Most other websites I use are for running/training purposes. I use mcmillanrunning.com to set paces. I go to runnersworld.com for articles. At school, I use historychannel.com all the time for quick video clips.
For personal purposes, I visit ESPN, Reddit, and Raiderfans.net a lot! When I'm at school, I tend to use Google to search for new ideas and lessons that I can incorporate in the classroom.
Some of my favorite websites I visit are CNET, The Blaze, Newegg, and Netflix. When I am at school I like to use Youtube when I can to show videos to my students.
Personally, I use Pinterest, Amazon, and Shutterfly pretty frequently. Pinterest is addictive! I find all kids of interesting things there! Amazon is my go to book, education game, movie purchasing site. I love Shutterfly for creating books and purchasing prints of my daughter. At school, I use Google for just about everything. I also like to direct my students to Hooda Math, Hooda Word, and Hooda Brain.
Personally I use ESPN for news on sports and updates about my favorite teams. I also love to watch TEDtalks, and have even used some in my classroom. And of course, TT4T is the site I will be visiting a lot this summer, and as I am getting finished with my CCUs.
For personal use I travel to several different websites on a frequent basis. The first that I follow is Hawkeye Report (iowa.rivals.com) this is a site with a ton of information on Iowa Hawkeye athletics. The second site that I go to is ESPN (espn.go.com) which is the basic sports news site where I can follow my favorite teams. The last of the three is the site TT4T which has a variety of useful information for my teaching.
I really like to use Twitter, specifically the app Tweet Deck for professional development. I follow a bunch of hashtags that I am always finding something useful from. I also use Youtube a ton and the website keepvid.com to download these videos to my machine. Lastly i use three websites The Gilder Lehrman Institute, the Avalon Project, and American Heritage to find resources for my students to read/access to "do" real history.
I frequently use Twitter and follow several colleagues who post links to useful information. I also use two Websites that are useful for teaching research to students, NoodleTools.com which is a wonderful way for organizing information and sources for writing research papers or doing other types of research projects, and Turnitin.com which is the plagiarism/editing Website that the district subscribes to. Students submit papers to the Website so that they and I can see if they are providing documentation for similarity and enough original writing in the paper. It also has a corrections piece that teachers may use to help correct rough drafts for grammar and formatting errors. For my personal use, I like Facebook for keeping up with family and friends and to promote the outreach committee that I chair at my church and inform followers of projects and concerning outreach ministries. I also use mlb and espn to feed my sports needs.
I like to use Historychannel, Youtube, and Google to reinforce lessons in class. Personally, I visit Arrowheadpride, ESPN, Huskernation, and Celticpride to keep up with the sports world.
Personally, I use facebook more that I probably need to. I also use ESPN, Huskers.com, and Craigslist to find cheap things for my spot at the lake. Professionally, I use youtube, readwritethink.org, freedomwritersfoundation.org, and Noodletools.