Happy Valentine’s Day!

We love all teachers, but some teachers just go above and beyond in sharing amazing resources with other educators, leading online communities, and being just generally amazing.

This Valentine’s Day, we wanted to let some of our favorite teachers and EduBloggers know how much we love them. So, here are our secret teacher crushes for 2018.

Do you have a teacher crush? Leave a note in the comments so everyone can see whose work you appreciate!

Susan G. Barber is a high school English teacher in Newnan, Georgia. Her blog, AP Lit Help, contains valuable resources and lessons and features contributions by a wide community of teachers. She also regularly updates her own personal blog with fantastic ideas for improving literacy, developing successful studying habits, and much more. Follow her on Twitter at @susangbarber.

Brynn Allison is a middle school literary coach and former high school English teacher. She blogs about books she’s read as well as effective teaching strategies on The Literary Maven. Follow her on Twitter at @literarymaven, and join her Twitter chat #2ndaryELA every Tuesday evening from 8pm to 8:30pm EST.

Kristy is a middle school teacher in Toronto, and her blog, 2 Peas and a Dog, is all about her passion for teaching while offering plenty of useful time-saving ideas. She is also co-host of #2ndaryELA with Brynn Allison. Follow Kristy on Twitter at @2peasandadog.

Lauralee Moss is a former high school English teacher who is now the creator of Language Arts Classroom. She writes about practical ideas ELA teachers can implement in their classes and develops amazingly useful guides on creating a teaching blog, using social media, classroom management, and more. Follow her on Twitter at @elaclassroom.

Meghan Mathis is a high school English teacher, writer, and the curriculum designer behind the blog Fun Fresh Ideas. Her blog is one of our favorite sources of inspiration, humor, and practical ideas for the classroom. Follow her on Twitter at @fun_fresh_ideas.