Blogging as an extension of teaching

Teaching ties everything and everyone together.
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Teaching ties everything and everyone together. In teaching, you share your knowledge and learning with your students and your peers. Now, exchange the word “blogging” for the word “teaching.” Blogging ties everything and everyone together. In blogging, you share your knowledge and learning with your students and your peers.

If you’re a blogger, do you see blogging as an extension of your teaching? If not, should you? If you’re not a blogger, here are a few blogs to get you inspired:

www.schooltechnology.org
www.theopenclassroom.blogspot.com
www.coolcatteacher.blogspot.com
www.adifference.blogspot.com

Do you see teaching as an extension of your blogging?

P.D. Tips courtesy of Atomic Learning

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