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Karen has a blog where she talks about the teaching methods she uses with her targeted children.


Teaching the Teacher is a blog by @traintheteacher 2012 is her first year of teaching and this blog is her reflection of her experiences.

e-Learning for Life is Kimberley's @krivett1 reflective blog on her teaching journey in an e-Learning class for 2011 to the present. It is insightful and informative, well worth reading right from the beginning.


Sarah @sarah2260 taught in NZ for a few years and now she is teaching in Hong Kong. This is a reflective diary of her time there.

Alfriston School WPCA is a blog set up by James Christie to document the 'William Pike Challenge Award'. Like a Duke of Edinburgh award for Intermediate schools.


Dave's @dbeehre 'Web Tools for Schools' is his blog about the digital tools he uses in his classroom

Craig @craigmcd is working on a Post graduate research during 2012. Previously his blog was a reflection on his experiences in the classroom. His research is on How NZ children are using the Internet. Follow his blog, lots of interesting questions and findings.


Rachel @rachelboyd has been blogging for years and this is her professional reflective blog.

Claire @msbeenz has been blogging about her e-Learning journey, she has many great ideas that you can use in a classroom.


Shaun @mrwoodnz has been writing a reflective blog for the last few years. Great reading!

Allanah @allanahk has been a facilitator and a teacher. She has been blogging for many years and has a great collection of reflections to read.


Mark @markherring has been blogging since 2009. He has some great posts on things he has tried with his class and his own general musings about education.

Kellie's @kelliemcrobert labels on her posts say it all...Challenge, Digital Literacy, e-Learning, Intellectual rigor, Key Competencies


Linda @lindalehrke writes very thought provoking posts on learning and education

Steph has been writing about her experiences in setting up an e-Learning classroom


Anne's blog is a reflective record of her teaching and her study.

Ksenia has just started out blogging, she runs a wonderful e-Learning classroom, it will be interesting to watch her e-Learning journey.


Jo (@dragonsinger57) reflects about her teaching.

Milly has a Year 5/6 class this year and she reflects about her teaching and student learning.