Why teachers blog…

Lots of reasons why teachers blog ………. or should blog.

But this post from a “youngish teacher in the second year of teaching” says it all for me!

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6 thoughts on “Why teachers blog…

  1. Hello and thanks for using Gliffy to inspire others and share your thoughts. If you have feedback from your use of Gliffy, please let us know. We’d love to hear it. Thanks again! debik (at) gliffy (dot) com

  2. Judy

    A friend sent me the link to your blog and it is fantastic. I have enjoyed reading through it. As an educator myself, I started blogging less than a year ago. Your diagram really hit the main reasons why I started to blog. I also have students in my sociology class blog. Keep up the great work!

  3. Hey Jude. Your site is fantastic. A friend sent it to me. I have been reading it when I have had a chance today. I found this post very interesting. I am a high school social studies teacher and I started blogging less than a year ago. Why…well you hit several of them in your diagram. Keep up the great work and I am going to blogroll this site.

    Dave McDivitt

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