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Education Needs Reflective Educators

In blogging for education reform, Greta Sandler and I have collaborated together on an initiative we believe represents what education needs, bloggers for education! The project is Blog 4 Edu (The Blogging for Education project), a Twitter account (@Blog4Edu), wiki, and Facebook page to help support bloggers, blogging projects, and blogging challenges. Our vision is to persuade as many educational Read full article »

The Best Kept Secrets of Highly Successful Edu-Bloggers, Part I by Karenne Sylvester

Part of the series: The 30 Goals Challenge, Goal 4: Support a New Blogger Karenne Sylvester, a prolific blogger, offers some advice for new and established bloggers.... With over 70,000,000 blogs written weekly – thousands of which are written by fellow educators – it is actually a good idea today to stop, take stock and look deeply look into why some Read full article »

From Butterflies to Wings by Janet Bianchini #30Goals

Part of the series: The 30 Goals Challenge, Goal 9: Be a Guest Blogger Image courtesy of Photobucket butterfly pictures So many butterflies were fluttering around frantically in my stomach when I did my first guest post last year. As a relatively newbie blogger, I was so nervous, I couldn't sleep the night before. It was a big stage.  Read full article »

Through the Archives: A Challenge for Bloggers

Darren Elliot in his blog, The Lives of Teachers, challenged bloggers to go through the archives of some of their favorite bloggers. I am calling this a blogging challenge versus homework. Darren's fantastic idea is optional and challenges bloggers. Here are some guidelines if you would like to participate! 1. Have a look through the archives of your favorite bloggers by Read full article »

18 Resources for English Language Learners to Learn via Blogs

Part of the Cool Sites series Perhaps your students are like mine and are not quite ready to make the leap to begin blogging. I work with very young language learners and adult language learners. Many of my adult learners will not put the effort into blogging but that doesn't mean they will not try learning from a blog. I have Read full article »

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