Although I have been following a blog called Connecting Classrooms hosted by a UK teacher from London, this is the very first time that I created a blog of my own. YES! OF my own. I am excited but somewhat edgy at the same time. I am already writing a reflective post of my first week on my blog. However, I am still so unaware of how to make my blog more unique "me". I love viewing blogs of illustrators from around the world, but I just log in ,aprreciate their works, and log off. So it will be a wonderful start to "decorate" my own blog .
I totally agree that "Reflecting about teaching helps a lot with improving teaching." However, unless the reflecting part has become something I can "see" or "read",in the end, there's just little change to be made. I always do the reflection , adjust the teaching a little bit and get overwhelmed in the routine hustle and bustle.
Truth be told, I have vague idea about what to apply to my class from what I have been learning this week except that I can create a blog for my students to post their feedbacks or whatever they would like to share about their schooling . My students and I have already been doing a lot of sharing over Facebook about their daily life but noting academic. Maybe through blogging, I can encourage my students to post their problems with their learning so that I can quickly spot their difficulties and then offer them the assistance they need . I am still thinking and wondering.