The Kneighborhood Annex

professional blog of a teacher, future administrato, writer, learner, motivator, inspirerororor

Most Inspiring and Innovative

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Maybe I’m just humble, but I don’t think those words describe me….yet.  But alas, my classroom blog, The Kneighborhood of Knowledge, has been placed on a list of the 100 Most Inspiring and Innovative Blogs for Educators. It is a great honor to be placed on such a list.  I feel that people are actually following what my class is doing.  This just makes me want to post more stuff, more frequently. I like to think that other teachers look at my class blog as inspiration for their classes…I know I do that from other blogs.  I look at it as a way of collaborating and being collegial without even talking or meeting in person.

Some blogs I…ahem…borrow ideas from are…dy/dan, Free Technology for Teachers, and Weblogg-ed.

I personally would want to stir up more conversations on my professional space, but I just can’t find time to write good posts.  I come up with plenty of ideas of posts that don’t relate to teaching or education, but I don’t think they belong here at the Annex.

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Author: GraKneeToe

I'm a regular guy with a regular job. I write for fun, self-reflection and to possibly impart some of my thoughts on those that will listen. I do not claim to be an expert on anything, but have opinions on many things.

2 thoughts on “Most Inspiring and Innovative

  1. Anything is fair game my man. Anything. That’s the beauty–u make the rules for YOUR SPACE.

  2. I know, but I don’t think talking about some of my more “non-professional” activities is appropriate.

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