Byte counting – August Blog stats

Huge month for traffic on the blog this month - the biggest ever. I wrote a bit more this month but am still struggling to find time to write content. Hopefully this will get better in the future (yes I know I've said that a lot). Interestingly I'm starting to get a lot of traffic... Continue Reading →

Blog stats June

Is it that the time already? April marked two big blog monuments. This blog has surpassed 50,000 hits last saturday and I've now published my 200 post. The 200th post was the text to my ignition talk Aborted Landings, Airsick Bags and… Teaching?  My post rate has definitely gone down in the last month or two. I'm hoping that I might... Continue Reading →

Byte Counting April – My blog makes 50,000 hits

Is it that the time already? April marked two big blog monuments. This blog has surpassed 50,000 hits last saturday and I've now published my 200 post. The 200th post was the text to my ignition talk Aborted Landings, Airsick Bags and… Teaching?  My post rate has definitely gone down in the last month or two. I'm hoping that I might... Continue Reading →

March Byte Counting – Blog stats

So it's April and I'm waaaaaaaaaaaay behind on my blog stats not to mention actually posting actual content on my blog. I've had a few posts but feel that I'm kind of losing my blogging mojo. On the other hand, I've set up 28 individual blogs for my students, had my first set of learning... Continue Reading →

Advice to new edubloggers – both teacher and student

It's 2012 and you've decided you've decided that this is the year you are going to start writing a blog or even take an old blog out of hibernation. At this stage I'm writing based on my experience as a student teacher developing a social media presence but really I imagine  a lot of this... Continue Reading →

Find time to blog – aka content management

I've had a lot of people ask me how I can possibly find time to write lengthy posts at such a crazy time of year for teachersespecially those new to the profession. I'm going to let you on a little secret. I'm not finding that much time to blog at this time of the year.... Continue Reading →

Blogging does make a difference – one teaspoon at a time

One of the purposes of my blogging has been to been to effect change. I've never for one minute thought that me putting my learning out there would shift major mountains but I did and still do think it could be used as model a different way of looking at how we document and develop... Continue Reading →

Why are you blogging with your class?

New Zealand Registered Teacher Criteria 6.1 Registered teachers articulate clearly the aims of their teaching, give sound professional reasons for adopting these aims, and implement them in their practice. I've often said that first thing anyone needs to do when setting up a blog is think about why they are blogging. In fact I'm going to... Continue Reading →

Dr. Strangeblog or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the RTC

Despite my somewhat irreverent post title induction into the teaching profession in New Zealand is serious business. Beginning Teachers are granted provisional registration when they start their teaching career and spend at least two years being supervised by an assigned mentor before they can apply for full registration. In order to gain full registration Beginning Teachers are required... Continue Reading →

January Byte Counting – Blog stats

Welcome back to byte counting, 2012. I didn't keep much in the way of stats in December but had my busiest day ever on December 6 with 923 hits after the charter schools went (by my standards) viral. Despite only starting posting from January 23,  I had a reasonably large amount of traffic considering it was the school holidays.... Continue Reading →

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