Easy blogging for education...
View this email in your browser

Join Us For The 2014 Edublogs Teacher Challenges!

We’ve set up two free professional development series: one to help guide you in your personal blog, and the other to help guide you through blogging with students.

We will send you two or three short activities each week for four weeks that will walk you through everything you need to know.

Learn more and register (for free!) here.

Top Posts Of The Week!

IMAGE CREDIT: Krissy Venosdale Venspired.com. See full image in the original blog post.

How To Expand Your PLN Using Social Media
aysinalp.edublogs.org

Today, social media offers us endless opportunities to expand our Personal Learning Networks and you don’t have to be at home or in the office to be able to do this. You can find about the newest and best developments in education and stay in tune with the latest trends by using your smartphone when you are at the beach, by the pool or even at the airport while you are waiting for your plane.

Read Post Now
The Technology Difference 
farhillsblogger.edublogs.org

"Simply having iPads or laptops doesn’t give a school a technology “program,” just as buying paintbrushes doesn’t give a school an Art program. There has to be a purpose and a plan to implementing technology in a school, and the best schools are the ones who figure out how to properly and effectively implement and integrate technology into the learning experience."

Read Post Now
alt etxt
John Hattie's 8 Mindframes For Teachers
dps109supt.edublogs.org

"By word and/or personal example, leaders markedly influence the behaviors, thoughts, and/or feelings of their fellow human beings. All leadership takes place through the communication of ideas to the minds of others.” - Howard Gardner

Read Post Now
Must We “Relate” to Literature in Order to Love It?
english228.edublogs.org

Demanding that Hamlet or Uncle Tom or Mr. Darcy relate directly to you comes across as selfish, myopic — perfect for our “selfie” culture where all pictures are seen through an aperture called “me."

But then I begin to think about my students. What would they say?

Read Post Now
mrkirsch.edublogs.org

David Bill, who’s spent the past three years helping teachers redesign classroom spaces, offers eight tips and tricks to remake your room. 
Meet CampusPress: Get Edublogs For Your Entire School!
Facebook
Facebook
Twitter
Twitter
Pinterest
Pinterest
YouTube
YouTube
Copyright © 2014 Edublogs, All rights reserved.


unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences