Education

Blogging as Transparency

“Writing and publicly sharing what happens in our classrooms demonstrates to the world that learning is at the heart of a classroom. It makes public the messiness of the classroom. It shows the world that we are indeed practitioners. It demonstrates that we are focused on growth. There is also another benefit, people might give you feedback and we might all grow together.”

An argument in favor of blogging to increase transparency from Chris Crouch in Huffington Post Education.

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