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My teaching blog

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by lancsHOD, Jun 12, 2011.

  1. lancsHOD

    lancsHOD New commenter

    I have read your blog. Why don't you post on here?
  2. Colleen_Young

    Colleen_Young Occasional commenter

    Posting on here is very very different from writing your own
    reflections - on a blog - your own little corner of the Internet - no
    Even if nobody reads it - there is something about reflective writing - it helps your thinking - so good for you Mr M!
    Your post reminded me of a favourite blog post of mine by Sacha Chua on how to brain dump what you know
    As she says - just write...

  3. lancsHOD

    lancsHOD New commenter

    Ok, reflective writing... I see what you mean about that been different.
    But if you want comments about a particular item then does a blog work for that? I relly don't understand Blogs.
  4. I think it is for many similar to keeping the diary we did 20 years ago.
    Its nice to reflect on things in the future and a good place to keep links, see how things have changed and share ideas without the interaction levels of other methods of communication.
    Anyhow, thanks to the OP. I had a read. Out of interest are you (a) in teacher training or (b) part of Oftsed at all?

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