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Ground Rules for Teachers Who Blog

Via David Warlick:

http://www.edtechmag.com/k12/issues/november-december-2006/blog-rules.html

Here's the advice for independent teacher bloggers:

DEALING WITH INDEPENDENTLY BLOGGING TEACHERS

Urge teachers to blog and provide staff development.
Produce a document that describes the legal implications of blogging and suggests proper and responsible practices.
Deliver the message: “Don’t be stupid.”

The proactive take is nice. Urge your teachers to blog but educate them about best practices, etc. Same can be said for a library's independent blogging librarians.

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