Education

Killing Me Softly

“That makes blogging a fundamentally selfish act. The real value of the hundreds of hours that I spend behind the keyboard every year isn’t the content that I’ve shared with you. Instead, it’s who I’ve become as both a teacher and a thinker as a result of the effort that I put into every post.”

-Bill Ferriter in his blog post entitled “Why Blog?”

I hate it when it feels like he’s writing to me about what’s already in my head.

It’s creepy.

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Less is more

Those of you who have read Scripted Spontaneity for more than a few months probably know already that I struggle to keep up a regular posting schedule.  It’s not that I don’t like writing, or that I don’t have things to write about, but rather that I tend to put other responsibilities above the call to blog.

Then, my good friend and edublogger extraordinaire, Bill Ferriter, posted the third in a series of really helpful pieces on building a strong education blog.  His most recent piece really hit home for me, and has pushed my thinking toward setting up a schedule for regular posting here at SS.

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