Ten reasons why I’m blogging about teaching.
- To reflect on what I do and why I do it.
- To keep an active record of what I get up to in the classroom.
- To be able to share my thoughts and ideas (presuming at least one other person reads this at some point).
- To motivate myself to keep trying to develop as a teacher.
- To help me find what direction I want to go in as a teaching professional (any ideas please get in touch).
- To enjoy writing.
- To stop boring my nearest and dearest with talk about teaching
- Because I’m inspired by other people’s blogs. I want to play!
- To become more aware of my teaching strengths and weaknesses.
- To keep in touch with colleagues. I’ve worked with some great people and I hope we’ll continue to share our ideas.
I found the webinar on ‘Professional development through blogs and blogging’ by Sandy Millin really useful when deciding if and how I wanted to blog. If this interests you have a look here