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Going Public March 18, 2010

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As of today, I’m releasing this Blog to the public, joining a long line of aspiring and inspiring educators who have already taken this courageous step. 

I’ve still got a lot to learn about Blogging and particularly about my chosen career in education. But what I find great about the blogosphere is the sharing and building together of new ideas and experiences. We all deserve the right to remain critical and skeptical of others’ attempts to make sense of the world, but at the end of the day, commenting on others’ blogs is an entirely constructive endeavour because we’re helping each other to reach higher levels of understanding. 

So, bearing all that in mind, please feel warmly invited to comment on any of my thoughts concerning both my own teaching and this wonderful profession as a whole. Hopefully every now and then I’ll say something that is of use to you, and I sure am looking forward to learning from and with you as well.

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1. Megan Poore - March 19, 2010

Excellent observation about sharing and building. That’s the real value of this type of communication, I think. Thanks for the invitation into your blogodome, Teachandreflect 🙂

2. Julia Tang - March 27, 2010

Good on you. For me, I feel a bit worry about privacy though. I had a bad experience of bening a blogger. I used to have a popular blog after I come to Australia. I wanted my friends know what I am doing here in Australia so I created that blog. It ended up attracting many people I do not know and I closed it. I am sure there are some way I can do to protect my privacy. Anyway, it was a fun experience. I also made a new blog friends.


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