January 1, 2011
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Great graphic, and so true! Some ask me how I find time to blog and keep my diigo account up to date- I say it saves me time! Having my ideas and resources organized on diigo allows me to write blog posts about various topics that I can then refer people to my posts when they ask for resources. Yes, it is worth it!
January 1, 2011 — 5:14 pm
July 20, 2011 — 2:02 pm
Great graphic, David. I’m going to use this in my blogging workshops. I really appreciate how you tie in:
1. The paramount issue of time and;
2. How you address the immediate No’s. I like how you don’t stop at “you need a change” but instead offer up blogging as a way to reconnect them with their “element.” As educators, it’s so easy to disregard the disinterested but true leadership lies in actively engaging everyone within a community.
Thanks for the post.
January 3, 2011 — 3:11 pm
If you want to adjust the graphic Gino, I created it in Google Docs. I’d be happy to share the document with you if want it.
January 3, 2011 — 3:32 pm
I was just looking at bookmarking some sites about teachers and blogging and ran across your graphic and I just have to make myself realize that I need to blog to constantly challenge myself. Is blogging the new technology of keeping a journal and having it open to those who want to share with you?
January 3, 2011 — 8:39 pm
Yeah blogging is a public form of reflection which lets you keep track of what you have learned, and discuss it with other people. There are a lot of other uses, but the most important is that you can share your thoughts and feelings and other people can respond. I’ve found it has lots of side-benefits as well, but my primary reason for blogging is to get feedback on my thoughts.
January 4, 2011 — 1:16 am
I just saw this graphic on the Learning is Growing blog by Kathy Perret. It is very helpful. I too have saved it in my Diigo folder about blogging. It will encourage our teachers, some of whom are getting into blogging. Thanks for sharing!
May 24, 2011 — 8:25 pm
Super cool. You rock!
That is really cool! Thanks! I’ve been thinking and planning of blogging for awhile already but kept on making excuses not to.
October 10, 2011 — 2:53 am
Blogging is one of my passion.When i write blogs i earn money.By the way the chart that you’ve shown is very helpful.
October 23, 2011 — 3:28 am
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