We aren’t fans of non-educators giving the seemingly obligatory line about summer …work…pay…yadda, yadda… and while we know it isn’t true, it still stings. We know that educators are always learning, thinking about how to better teach, and investigating new… Continue Reading →
Use this Cheat Sheet to get your teacher blog off the ground. 30 Days of Teacher Blog Prompts is enough to get you started and provide high-quality content other teachers are already interested in reading.
I want to share this awesome resource for potential bloggers! My ISTE PLN, EdTech Coaches #ETCoaches is kicking off “Blogging Buddies.” Instead of an event, such as a blogging challenge, this attempts to pre-connect bloggers in groups. Where a challenge might… Continue Reading →
It is the last week in the #ETCoaches Blog Challenge. I am excited to have completed the challenge and picked up some new EdTech blogs in my RSS reader. All this just in time for #CE16 to boot! So what is next… Continue Reading →
Blogging? How does it Relate to Teaching and Learning? Discussions @gcouros posted earlier this week The Power of a Good Lecture where he challenged the notion that ‘the person talking is doing all the learning.’ I happen to agree with him, allow me… Continue Reading →
So maybe you are not ready to start educational blogging just yet. That is okay. I have some steps which will gradually move you closer to that goal. Read The first step is to start reading the great wealth of… Continue Reading →
Teachers seem a logical group to experiment with when compared to students. They are willing participants, have some level of education themselves, and whether the experiment is successful or a failure a teacher should gain some knowledge from it.