The personal learning network for educators
I don't really blog but collect resources that I find useful from all over the Internet particularly Web 2.0 tools or online applications. My blog is at http://strosetech.blogspot.com/ . I have a blog on digital citizenship at http://alldigitalcitizenship.blogspot.com/ . My other blogs are listed under 'about me profile' in my blogs.
My blog is called NJ Tech Teacher Musings. It is located at http://njtechteacher.blogspot.com. The main focus of my blog is to share the ways that I use technology with my students in Kindergarten through eighth grade. It started as a log of my journey. It helps me remember how I plan a lesson and what might need to change in the coming years. I teach computer class using iMacs and MacBooks with a variety of Apple and open source software. I help teachers in my school build their skills, too.
I'm a HS English teacher working in NY and my blog is called Classroom Conversation and though I've just started, I am using it as a reflective tool and also to explore issues of leadership and technology in the classroom.
I just began my blog over the Christmas break holiday. It has been something I have wanted to do for some time, just never had the guts. My blog is about teaching, learning, family, and children. Weekdays tend to be more about school happenings, with weekend reserved for more everyday living. I hope you come take a look!
I started a blog in september at elearn.co It is focused on teaching in the part of the world where I live,- in the Middle East. The is because I feel that it is good to do something relevant to your own context/culture.
I also want to be like a bridge- translate academic writing into normal language for everyday teaching, and in less than a thousand words, as I think most people are overloaded with information.