This is a great rationale for blogging from the classroom and sharing student work: “Catch them (students) at their best.”Don’t we all, at some point, want to be “Caught at our best?” There is great value in edifying and celebrating the sincere accomplishments of our students in appropriate public venues. As educational leaders and change agents in our communities, we need to advocate for as well as model this type of social media use. Where’s your platform for professional sharing? We all need at least one. Good ideas are meant to be shared. So is high quality student work. Catch your students at their best, and then share their work with your community! Sent from my iPhone (Mobile blogged from the KFC in El Reno)
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