2017 is almost upon us.
For many, it’s a time to make (and then probably break) a resolution. Here’s help to hopefully stop you from breaking one.
In the blogging world, there’s a flurry of blogs that will appear as the New Year’s resolution “I need to start a blog” kicks in.
Unfortunately, there will be some that are up for a bit and then are gone. There will be all kinds of reasons and excuses – I don’t have the time – the day job takes most of my time – and then the biggy – I don’t have any ideas.
Of course, if you limit yourself and your blog’s scope, it’s quite easy to run out of ideas. But, if you’re willing to expand that scope, there’s lots to write about.
Particularly in education.
By nature, educators are observers. That’s what we do. So, why not take your observations and turn them into blog posts?
There are lots of areas where others would like to read your thoughts.
- something happened in class today
- you wouldn’t believe what the board office said that we have to do
- I work with the greatest of professionals
- you have to check out this new resource
- uh oh – here comes the latest educational fad
How’s that for a start?
Here are some ideas that it generated for me.
- 9 Proven __________ That __________ Like Crazy
- The biggest myths about X are…
- Lessons learned during my time at…
- My favorite place on earth is…
- The best way to respond to….
Doesn’t that inspire you to sit down and write and share?
Don’t limit the use to yourself; if your students are blogging and have hit the wall, this might just be enough to inspire them to write and write more.