I Read Blogs

12 Jul

When I think about blogging I think about some great quotes.

‘May you live in interesting times’, the Chinese saying goes; or as Charles Dickens’s wrote about the Victorian Era, it is the ‘best of and the worst of times’.

Blogging is interesting, reflective. This feels a bit like a therapy session. If you’d told me two years ago that I’d be reading blogs I would have laughed in your face. Blogs were written by sad people who had no life and were total bores down the pub at the end of term. Forgive me fellow bloggers for thinking this, as I couldn’t be more wrong I think this is the thing that has and will continue to have the biggest impact for me. The teaching profession is full of people who work unbelievably hard for the students they teach and yet these people still take so much time to reflect and share their experiences to help others to learn, challenge themselves and grow. These blogs provide me with ideas ranging from small things to try out in a lesson, to huge developmental projects, to a complete challenge of ‘everything you ever thought you knew about. I would like to thank you blogosphere for making me a better teacher indeed better person.

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