As part of the report following the release of the Chinese Language Curriculum and Pedagogy Review Committee (CLCPRC)’s Recommendations, we are once again mentioned in ST’s Prime News.
Too busy to maintain a blog? Take a look at Principal’s Quest. If a Principal can take time out of her busy schedule to blog, maybe we don’t have much excuse not to. The underlying question perhaps is simply, whether or not we believe blogging is worth our time for it.
Mrs. Hooper is using her blog as a character building page. Through it, she shares her views on character traits. Another avenue for top leadership to communicate your ideology with staff and students.
A perfect example of how a teacher may utilise a blog for communication with students, parents and even ex-students can be found at Mr Wright’s Class.
In it he has everything from spelling words to pictures of field trips to appeal for parents help. By keeping an account of assignments, events etc, parents are kept informed of the happenings in class. This is a great way for communication. Go take a look.