The aim of this project is to encourage 101 English teachers from around the world to start blogging (or share existing blogs) about their English classrooms. This blog will list each of the 101 blogs and will be a place for sharing and highlighting what is going on in over 100 English classrooms.
One week in and I am proud to say we have 10 English Teacher blogs joined up to the project and many more interested! Of particular interest is the global mix of bloggers. We have English teacher blogs from Scotland, England, America, Australia and New Zealand! This kind of international sharing would have been unimaginable not so long ago.
Welcome to our most recent additions; Eric MacKnight who has shared three of his class blogs (an inspiration!), Fiona Burns who has shared a great example of a Mahara MyPortfolio which will be of particular interest to the kiwi teachers (I suspect we will be seeing more and more of Mahara in NZ) and Denee Tyler's My View From Here.
I am also really excited by the mix of the 'experienced' and those new to blogging! Everyone is welcome and every teacher has something valuable to share. So if you are an English teacher and are keen to join the 101 English Blogs project, please do! Tell your colleagues to join us as well!