U.S. News Reveals… Teachers Blog!

September 30, 2008 at 11:14 pm Leave a comment

To be fair, I doubt most edubloggers are actually “blogging from the classroom.” I’ve never yet been in a classroom that wasn’t collapsing under its own firewalls.

Blogging from the Classroom, teachers Seek Influence, Risk Trouble

If anyone is even reading this… and by anyone, this time, I guess I mean other teachers… is that why you blog? To influence the world? My teacher-blogging isn’t about that at all, at least not at this point. (And frankly, it doesn’t sound like most of the subjects of this article have that in mind, either.) I blog to keep a record, and to vent some steam/bounce some ideas. Maybe one day I’ll have a clear enough picture of what I’m doing that I could actually try to affect other people, but for now I’m far too busy just trying to keep afloat!

Anyway, it’s a good article, even if the headline is a bit off.


Entry filed under: CLIPPINGS.

Uhm. Not Funny

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