Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Why blog?

Why spend time blogging? Why bother. I hear this sometimes, and frankly I sometimes think the same thing. The blogosphere is huge; what difference does my voice make? Dr. Scott McLeod over at Dangerously Irrelevant recently conducted a survey of educators who blog. I'd mentioned it here, and I also went and completed the survey.

Dr. McLeod has posted the the results. I found it fascinating; he did a great job summarizing the results. Here's the meat and potatoes for me:



Voice; community; learning. I'm not sure about the state of public education in America, but I'm pretty certain we have some awesome teachers.

Do see Dr. McLeod's full report here.

1 comment:

Carol said...

Iam just beginning to blog and have spent my "sick day" looking and responding to various blogs. I have learned a great deal and even got ideas for units. I hope to have other teachers/educators visit my blog too. So far only two posts and not many comments. I enjoyed reading your blog.