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!
Take a look and……
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- Share your thoughts and push thinking forward
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Click on this image from Gliffy, and see what you think.
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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!
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.
I have a similar Gliffy on http://johnp.wordpress.com/why-teachers-blog/ that others can edit if they give an email address so I can add them to the diagram community. I got the idea from http://www.ck-blog.com/cks_blog/2006/11/oh_marketers_th.html and thought I would use the idea to mess about with Gliffy 🙂