Happy Labour Day Weekend. Anyone else going to the Harrow Fair? We go every year so that my wife can get her fill of banty hens. If not, settle back and read some of these interesting blog posts from Ontario Edubloggers.Why Twitter? Response Have you ever made someone create a blog post? I did and [...]
I read this blog post this morning and really enjoyed it. “Top 20 Do’s and Don’t's of Blogging”. The focus was to the professional blogger and so some of the topics may not necessarily apply for student blogging. The other thing is that it contains a lot of don’t’s which sound a lot like rules [...]
I can’t believe it’s Friday already. The RCAC Symposium was just last week and it was another very inspirational day. But the blogging from Ontario Edubloggers kept on coming. I ran into one of those Internet/Blogging memes by being named. I guess it’s a fun way to get folks who are blogging to interact with [...]
There's a great song that's worth listening to or reading the lyrics. It's from Aaron Tippin and entitled "You've Got to Stand for Something" and is based upon the famous quote "You've got to stand for something or you'll fall for anything". One of the things that I've always encouraged in my classroom is a [...]
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So, it's January 5. How are you who are taking the postaday2011 or postaweek2011 challenge making out? Well, I hope and I hope that you're able to find inspiration and ideas to keep your blog live and vibrant. If you're partaking, I'd enjoy reading your blog. Please leave your link in the comments. Bloggers are researchers, story [...]
The folks at WordPress have a deal for you. Of course, it's in their interest to have people blogging regularly. As well, though, those of us who read blogs like to read content regularly that could benefit from this deal. "As part of the DailyPost, we're launching two campaigns: Post a Day 2011: Post something [...]