A few days ago, I came across a blog post written by Wes Fryer. The title of the post is How Much Should Teachers Share Online? I think you should read it. Wes brings up some great points, mentioning that many people are familiar with the importance of face to face sharing of lessons plans and teaching tips, but are often not as comfortable sharing digitally. I think he’s correct with this statement, but I also wonder if people are not sharing because they feel they aren’t worthy of sharing or that they aren’t sure how or where to share. What do you think? Why don’t teachers share more of what they’re doing? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments section.
Fortunately, the Discovery Education Community is full of great educators who share what’s going on in their schools and classrooms. They are willing to put themselves out there to help others and get help when needed. This past week, more educators have been sharing their use of Discovery Education in action. Take a look at the tweets below and connect with these educators!
— mhuneck (@mhuneck) April 22, 2016
— Audra Barton (@AudraBartonau) April 22, 2016
— Robin Diedrichs (@blueegg3r) April 22, 2016
— MsMaxscienceclass (@Maxscience334) April 21, 2016
— Kristin Merrill (@FriendsinFourth) April 21, 2016
— Rachael Postle-Brown (@PostleBrown) April 20, 2016
— Ixonia Elementary (@IxoniaOASD) April 20, 2016
— Jeff McCoy (@jmccoygcs) April 20, 2016
— Paige Mount (@MsMountD158) April 20, 2016
— DES_MsK_ 3rdgraders (@msk3rdgraders) April 19, 2016
— Karen Miller (@Kdmiller4) April 19, 2016