June 09, 2003

Educational blogs

And I don't mean blogs that teach you something :-)

Just been on the phone to my mate Paul, catching up with how things are, and how he's going with his business venture. He started out on his own about the same time as I did, doing training for primary schools (Note to self: find out what it's properly described as...), but it's interesting to compare notes on building a business, and all the general business stuff we now have to worry about.

When I was telling him about the articles on building a business and personal productivity I found yesterday, I ended up trying to explain what a blog was. I don't think I did the best job, but maybe some examples are the way forwards.

So, a quick search on Google for "primary teacher uk blog" and I find Jonathan's Blog - from a recently qualified teacher, ME V2.0 - an American slant on teacher training, Kindred Spirit - UK primary teacher trainee's blog, and Brian's Education Blog.

So hopefully that'll give you a feeling for what blogs are Paul. And if anyone else knows of any interesting school-related blogs, or wants some training done at their school ;-) then let me know.

Posted by Adrian at June 9, 2003 10:45 PM | TrackBack

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Now it comes up with my site! Yay! I know this is an old post but thought that I'd mention it. What type of training do you do for primary teachers?


Posted by: RossA at December 15, 2005 07:34 PM

Hi RossA, Looks like quite a useful blog for primary teachers you've got there.

Unfortunately, Paul has since decided to go back into teaching, and so isn't doing any training any more.

Posted by: Adrian at December 19, 2005 08:34 PM
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