Blogging can create a wonderful environment for growth. Through feedback from other educators, a community of learners can form, offering support and constructive ideas to aid all parties. New perspectives and new ideas can develop from this “social cross-fertilization” (full read here)
In our recent round of PLP blogging, three teachers here at East demonstrated the diversity behind portfolios as a tool for teaching and learning.
Check out what Ollie does to make dig into ‘Four Problems with Natural Science.”
Does this inspire you to dust off your blog or launch one? Keep April 19th as a day to do so: