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Use this discussion forum to give us a link to your blog and what the main focus of your blog is. You can also add what you teach and where you teach so others who share a common role can connect with you!

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I am a student teaching from Manitoba Canada. I blog at www.misslwholebrainteaching.blogspot.com. My blog is about my classroom experience and the whole brain teaching classroom strategy

I am a graduate teacher in Melbourne, Australia. I am about to start my first teaching job in grade 2 at the start of February. I have just started a new blog 

http://bloggingteachingandsecondgradeohmy.blogspot.com/

I could really do with some followers.

As I am not in my classroom yet, I have started blogging about the things I am doing and making to get ready. When I am in m classroom I will be blogging about lesson ideas, resources, experiences in the classroom, and post lots of photos to share the inspiration. 

My blog is called The Social Studies Coach. It provides lesson ideas and strategies for K-12 teachers. There are also many good links and teaching resources on my website. Come by and visit. http://www.historyquesters.com

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