#100wordTandL on @pedagoo

What is it?

A quick way to share a teaching idea in 100 words or less. There are a lot of great in depth, detailed and reflective blogs out there. But… Sometimes we just want a quick idea to fire us up or give us something new to play with. Something we could use in the classroom tomorrow.

This was the brainchild of Pete “Loving the Learning” Jackson and he’s kindly allowed the @pedagoo community to have some fun with it. Example post here

The Challenge 

Share one of the teaching and learning ideas you’ve used recently either on your own blog or on @pedagoo. Make sure when you Tweet it out to include @pedagoo in your tweet so that we can retweet it to the community.  If you post it on the @pedagoo site we’ll take care of all the social media side and you’ll get to share your idea directly with a huge number of enthusiastic professionals just like you.

If you’re not sure how to get started just go to Pedagoo and sign up. Click onto the “New Post” section and you’re a blogger. It would be amazing to see loads of new people on there sharing their ideas. 

It doesn’t need to be brand new just something you’re using that you’d like to share. I find it’s always great to be reminded of an idea I haven’t used for a while or see someone else’s perspective on it.

We’d also love to see you at #pedagoofriday sharing your great ideas. 

Barry

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#100wordTandL on @pedagoo

What is it?

A quick way to share a teaching idea in 100 words or less. There are a lot of great in depth, detailed and reflective blogs out there. But… Sometimes we just want a quick idea to fire us up or give us something new to play with. Something we could use in the classroom tomorrow.

This was the brainchild of Pete “Loving the Learning” Jackson and he’s kindly allowed the @pedagoo community to have some fun with it. Example post here

The Challenge 

Share one of the teaching and learning ideas you’ve used recently either on your own blog or on @pedagoo. Make sure when you Tweet it out to include @pedagoo in your tweet so that we can retweet it to the community.  If you post it on the @pedagoo site we’ll take care of all the social media side and you’ll get to share your idea directly with a huge number of enthusiastic professionals just like you.

If you’re not sure how to get started just go to Pedagoo and sign up. Click onto the “New Post” section and you’re a blogger. It would be amazing to see loads of new people on there sharing their ideas. 

It doesn’t need to be brand new just something you’re using that you’d like to share. I find it’s always great to be reminded of an idea I haven’t used for a while or see someone else’s perspective on it.

We’d also love to see you at #pedagoofriday sharing your great ideas. 

Barry