Increasingly, I am writing posts for other blog-sites, and I have an inconsistent practice: sometimes I repost them here to 21k12, and sometimes I do not. When I don’t, I’ll try to make a habit of providing links here for folks who primarily read me via this 21k12blog. (If you follow me on Twitter, you know I always tweet out the links to posts elsewhere).
Yesterday, my first post for edSocialMedia went up; edSocialMedia has a tag line: Exploring the Role of Social Media in Education, a topic about which I am both intensely curious and very enthusiastic. I am pleased to have been welcomed there as a contributor.
The post is entitled: “Dilemmas & Tensions of Blogging: Learning from Montaigne.” Check it out if you are interested.
In the past ten days I have also posted two pieces to Connected Principals which I did not double-post here:
- Salman Khan, Transformer— this post has generated far more discussion and debate in the comment boxes than nearly any other post I have written to date.
- 8 Rules for Managers from Google: “Technical Expertise” is dead-last. This post reflects upon the applicability of Google’s rule for managers, as explained in the New York Times last Sunday, to educational leadership.
Happy reading, and, as always, I welcome and appreciate your comments.