Conversations in edublogging

August 7, 2007 at 5:40 am
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Image: Conversation by thehighschoolchick made available on flickr with a creative commons license.

Lately I have been voraciously reading and learning from different edubloggers. I am seeing my passion for authentic learning for our kids (and myself!) reflected in their posts. Here are just a few of the posts that have turned my crank in the past few days:

Connected Curriculum – Relevant Reality on Durff’s Blog

Getting Lucky and Making Change on Thinking Allowed

School Administrators are Gatekeepers on Back by the Bell

The Rules of Engagement on Notes from the Ridge

Curriculum 2.0 on MEDagogy

Failing Schools Pass Students
on TeacherJay

Important Questions about School Leader Preparation on LeaderTalk

And I’m going to include this one, which is one of mine, because I’m enjoying the conversation that is happening in the comments.

How does Technology fit with Learning? on Leading from the Heart

Thanks to all you edubloggers who help to keep my mind working and my passion strong around teaching and learning.

My wish is that the conversations continue!

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  1. Justin Medved

    on August 8, 2007 at 7:58 am

    Tracy,

    It’s great to know that some of the thinking we are doing over is resonating with the community beyond our school. Thanks for the collection of links, some great reading there. After things settle down over here (first week back!), hopefully I can bounce some more ideas off you.

    Justin

  2. Tracy

    on August 8, 2007 at 8:19 am

    How exciting – I love the first week of school! Mine will be at the end of August, all the more exciting because I have not had my own first week in a classroom in a few years now!

    I am definitely looking forward to hearing your ideas once things settle down.

    Cheers,
    Tracy

  3. Christopher

    on August 10, 2007 at 1:01 pm

    Thanks for the awesome set of links!