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Why Do Teachers Quit?

Why Do Teachers Quit?

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Posted: June 11, 2008
Category: Blogging & Technology




1283203_50The conventional wisdom from professional bloggers is to come up with a regular posting frequency and to stick to it. If you post once a day normally, don’t do more than that. If you post Once a week, don’t do more than that. Also don’t do less.

Well, it’s summer. I am home a bit more now and actually getting a chance to read some blogs finally again. Other teachers are home more now too. So I see some cool stuff that I want to share. I’m going to throw the conventional blogging wisdom out the window for now and post whenever I dang well feel like it! Who’s with me here? :)

That being said, I will continue with the 07-08 review tomorrow and conclude that on Friday. I will also finally resume the Blog Revolution Project next Monday. I’m excited to see what has happened with some of the blogs that have been participating and see what those writers have come up with. If not, it’s not too late to get on board. Week 2 will focus on the Reader Experience: giving your blog a unique (and useful) look and feel.

So why am I posting now? Well, I wanted to share with you some cool links! First of all, Mister Teacher has done it again. The 175th edition of the Carnival of Game Shows Education is at his blog..

He also points out that Scott McLeod has been doing his homework. He has a list of Top 50 P-12 Edublogs? that he has recently compiled. Some great blogs worth checking out there. The list is:

  1. apophenia
  2. Weblogg-ed
  3. Joanne Jacobs
  4. Stephen’s Web
  5. Panda’s Thumb
  6. 2 Worth
  7. Cool Cat Teacher Blog
  8. Moving at the Speed of Creativity
  9. Ewan MacIntosh’s edu.blogs.com
  10. Students 2.0
  11. Dangerously Irrelevant
  12. The Fischbowl
  13. Larry Ferlazzo’s Website of the Day
  14. Beyond School
  15. EdTechTalk
  16. The Thinking Stick
  17. Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub
  18. CogDogBlog
  19. Angela Maiers
  20. Ideas and Thoughts from an EdTech
  21. Techlearning blog
  22. elearnspace
  23. dy/dan
  24. Around the Corner
  25. Practical Theory
  26. Open Thinking & Digital Pedagogy
  27. Steve Hargadon
  28. Half an Hour
  29. k12 Online Conference
  30. Mobile Technology in TAFE
  31. blog of proximal development
  32. HeyJude
  33. Blue Skunk
  34. The Education Wonks
  35. Drape’s Takes
  36. always learning
  37. The Learning Circuits Blog
  38. Remote Access
  39. PBS Teachers . Learning.now
  40. Eduwonkette
  41. So You Want To Teach?
  42. Eduwonk
  43. Teach42
  44. History Is Elementary
  45. LeaderTalk
  46. Infinite Thinking Machine
  47. Creating Lifelong Learners
  48. AssortedStuff
  49. Connectivism Blog
  50. think:lab
  51. ODonnellWeb
  52. iterating toward openness
  53. Teaching Generation Z
  54. Generation YES Blog




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