Connecting with others allows us to build and maintain personal learning network (PLN). This post is aimed at reflection on the learning from Step 4 of Personal Blogging for Educators, https://teacherchallenge.edublogs.org/
What do I think?
I learned that the twitter is an excellent resource for busy professionals. Though I have joined twitter a while ago, I have not used its potential yet. I am planning to change it by joining professional learning communities such as Explore MtBoS and GA Virtual Learning
Steve Wheeler’s Video: 3 Things you need to know about blogging!
Steve's video was informative & reaffirmed that what I learned from Kindergarten is true today. 1. Always choose Kindness 2. Use good humor & share constructive Criticism 3. Give credit to the source 4. You build, they may come
Freedly and Flipboard
I like to receive my content in email so I can pursue it at my leisure. While waiting for things, I like to knit or read. I find Fipboard too noisy and Freedly unnecessary. Therefore, I choose not to sign up for Freedly or Fipboard.
Thank you https://teacherchallenge.edublogs.org/personal-blogging/ for the step by step instruction. I am learning about blogging one step at a time. I have nothing but good things and a single question: How often the instructions are revisited When I tried to set up my flipboard, it did not work due to different directions on Edublogs for using Flipboard.