Connecting educators interested in innovation
I like the fact that your blog reflects on some of those administrative issues around schools and ICT as well as teaching pedagogy. I'll pass your link on to the Prin/VP at my school!
I have a reflective professional blog http://ccoffa.edublogs.org/
I am ICT Integration at small Catholic primary school.
My blog has been based around lesson delivery to students. I've been contemplating a reflective professional blog and I think you've inspired me. I enjoyed your reflections on the Melbourne TeachMeet!
I have blog where I am documenting how I integrate Indonesian and Computer Science.
The URL is http://cs4lote.blogspot.com.au/
I'm hoping to set up a class blog too at some point...
Hope to see you there...
I use my blog as a reflective tool for the things I introduce at school as one of the Teacher Librarians in a large Gov't secondary school. My newest post is looking at iPad apps that can be used with e5 instructional model.
Here's the link to my blog: http://cathyinoz.edublogs.org/
and the link to the iPad apps entry: http://cathyinoz.edublogs.org/2012/06/17/toolbox-e5-ipad-apps/
Feedback and discussion welcome.
I have been blogging for a couple of years now. NovaNews, is very much a reflection of my own learning journey with the occasional opinion piece about specific issues or tips that have evolved from both my own experience/thinking about issues. My other blog, BevsBookBlog, is about books, reading, and trivia about books and reading that I come across during my travels in cyberspace. I'm always keen to network as I have developed a passionate interest in the dynamics of PLNs. Having been Head of Library in a couple of Independent Schools in Victoria, I'm currently enjoying taking the 'backseat' working part-time as a Teacher Librarian in a large Independent School.
We have a Research Education Leadership Storytelling blog and a Facebook page. At the moment, we are focussing on our virtual peer role model courses, for which we developed a course on Udemy andITunesU. The programme consists of more than 30 interviews of everyday kiwis (peer mentors) that share their real life experiences. All interviews have their own unique story and themes. So feel free to take a look :) and let us know what you think!
I am a kinder teacher so mine is Tales from the Sandpit - meant to be a way for families and their extended family to connect with our little country kinder, as well as to spread the word about playful learning. www.ouyenkinder.edublogs.org Now that we sem to have a few more members in the Early childhood group, perhaps other EC teachers will share?