I have always enjoyed supporting classroom blogging and encouraging teacher networks to share and visit each other’s work. Blogging was the social media platform that completely changed the way I learned professionally.
The single most important decision I made in my career was to begin writing a blog, and actually my class blog started at the same time.
I hope these ideas inspire you to continue your blogging work with your classes and perhaps begin writing and sharing on your own space. Please help with the resource above by considering what new ideas you could add – instructions on the last slide on how to add to it.
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