In our district we are trying to develop a method of communication between 15 people so that we might discuss ideas and plans for district technology integration workshops and help sessions, plus possibly doing an occassional book or article discussion. Is a blog the best way to do this. Email and IM handles most of our "gotta know now" situations.

What are others doing? How do you get people to blog regularly and contribute? Mostly I feel that you have to want to participate in order to make time to mentally think and respond to others.

I am open to suggestions. Let me hear from you!

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Comment by Durff on May 1, 2007 at 9:08am
Yackpack - we use that for our faculty. We haven't out all the bugs on our end, but we are working.
Comment by Kay Good on March 11, 2008 at 8:06pm
Thanks, I would set up our own community in a heartbeat, but we are struggling to get people to go online and comment or question. Just exactly how do you get teachers to commit to their own professional growth? Seems to me that this is an easy answer, but it isn't. I know everyone has another life after school, but still need to make time for our own personal growth!


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