For the #edublogclub year-long challenge to blog on education. While the official club has ended, they have shared posts to continue the journey through 2017. This week’s prompt was to create a list of prompts like Edublogs did for the #edublogsclub.
Here are my thoughts on what I’d like to see from fellow educators including my librarian colleagues.
- Behavior and consequences— How have you dealt with difficult students? How do you feel about discipline in your building and in schools in general?
- Wardrobe– What do you wear everyday?
- Most creative thing you’ve done– What creative activity are you most proud of?
- Profile a student– Was there one student who won you over? A student that you’d like to see run the world one day? A student that you’ll always remember?
- What you do on holidays and breaks– Is this your time to decompress and unwind? Do you pack it with activities that you’re not doing while in school-mode?
- Encouraging memes, quotations, videos, or music– We all need a pick me up and there’s a reason I have a Pinterest board called “For One of Those Days”, so what meme, quote, video, or music do you use to encourage you on one of “those days”?
- Share a lesson or activity– Do you have a particularly awesome activity or lesson you’ve done with students that you’d like to share?
- Summer— Just like what what you do on holidays and breaks, how do you spend your summer?
- Gift-giving or gift-receiving— We share gifts with our mail people and neighbors, but what’s the best gift you’ve given or received during your time in education?
- Bulletin board or display— We don’t have to be Picasso’s to whip up (or steal) a great bulletin board or display, share the picture and the reason for the display!
Phewf! That was exhausting, how did Edublogs do that for a whole year? I’m sure a fabulous collaborative team, but I am only one person and ten was all I could handle. Any other ideas that you’d like to see?