Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Blogging in Education-Answering ?'s about Who, What, When, Where, Why and How!

Catch our LIVE ON AIR Google+ Hangout today (July 2, 2013) at noon ET.

Missed the LIVE Hangout?  Watch the discussion below.


Links and resources referenced in the broadcast:

Here are 20 questions to ask yourself about your school year. Some of these would also make good discussion questions for a staff debriefing or for student teachers/interns.

Here are 20 questions to help you and your students reflect on the school year. You could use these informally for discussion when you have a few minutes or for a more personal reflection experience, take a few of your favorites to use for a survey or as writing/journal prompts. 

Obvious to you. Amazing to others. - by Derek Sivers

Great video about why you should blog.

Teacher Reboot Camp
30 Goals 2013- by Shelly Terrell

The Prophets In Your Land | The Principal of Change - George Couros 

“What areas do you believe that you can share with the staff to help them improve in their own practice?”

“What does your school do to promote the sharing of your expertise?”

Challenging Ourselves to Engage Our Students

Care and Feeding of Your Blog by Sue Waters
We've all been there, either we've started a blog and neglected it - feeling some deep-seated internal blog guilt or we've started a blog and sometimes just don't know what to post or how to make it grow. Sue Waters, the Edublogger herself, is here to the rescue!

Giving practical tips on how to get a blog started, how librarians and educators use blogs, and how to maintain and nurture a healthy blog without stress or guilt.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for letting me listen in on your conversation. I'm sorry I missed it live, but very much enjoyed it. Your encouragement to share our experiences despite how others may judge us if much appreciated, as that is often a deterrent for many (me).