So after a year's hiatus (no, I didn't give up on technology or blogging... I was on maternity leave!), I'm back at it!
I had an idea today while looking at my Twitter feed. I follow a lot of AWESOME people. Mostly people in education related fields. And while we all share a lot of the same priorities and interests, we all have our certain set of true passions.
I've decided that starting next week, I am going to have a themed, weekly, "Follow Friday" post. I will link to the reasons WHY I am encouraging you to follow certain educators, based on their particular passion. For example, one week I might have assessment gurus to follow and the next might be digital citizenship passionate educators, or literacy passionate educators.
Each of us (and people in all walks of life and careers) have many interests and talents to offer, so this is certainly not to "pigeon hole" anyone but we often have a thing or two that shines through for us (for me: DI, student success, assessment, edtech). I hope to highlight this each week!
I welcome anyone else interested to join me in the #FF challenge by choosing people from their Twitter lists who match up with my weekly theme! Hopefully, together, we can all find more engaging, passionate and inspirational teachers to follow - because there's thousands upon thousands of them out there!
First #followfriday theme for September 4th is: Brilliant (Edu) Bloggers!
So choose your favourite educator-bloggers and show them some #FF appreciation!
#followfriday for September 11th is: Google Gurus
Choose the educators you think are Google geniuses and show some #ff love! Use the hashtag #ffchallenge15 (#ffchallenge is in use!)
#followfriday for September 18th is: Amazing Advocates
Choose educators, thought leaders, etc. who advocate on behalf of students in a bold and passionate way and share their passion with others! #ffchallenge15
Who am I?
Hi! I'm Megan. 21st century learner and teacher. I am passionate about DI, assessment, student success and #edtech. My blog is where I share what is happening in my classes, my professional learning and sometimes things that are on the outer circle of education. Comments always welcome!