Saturday, May 1, 2010
It's Worth Taking a Look at This Blog
Last week, one of my favourite ELT Twitter/blogger friends, Jason Renshaw (in Australia) tagged me in his post, It's Worth Taking a Look At This Blog. I've really enjoyed getting to know Jason over the past few months. He's friendly, witty and generous. I admire and respect him for all his work and contribution to the ELT world. I feel quite honoured that he's mentioned me and said such kind words about me in his post. Thank you, Jason!
About this project - ELT blogger's are spreading love and listing their top ten blogs. There are hundreds of "blogs worth taking a look at", but this initiative only permits a listing of ten.
If you have been tagged, you can continue the wave in three easy steps:
1. Insert the picture/logo at the top of this blog to your post.
2. Compile your own list of ten blogs that you feel are worth reading.
3. Tell the bloggers that they have been tagged.
The people I've listed below are educators who I have a great deal of respect for. I feel very fortunate to have "met" them. I know most of them (either through short messages or chats). Cheers to you all!
Jason Renshaw English Raven
Ken Wilson Ken Wilson's Blog
David Deubelbeiss EFL Classroom 2.0
Aniya The English Teacher
Vicky Loras Vicky Loras's Blog
Graham Stanley blog-efl
Shelley Terrell Teacher Reboot Camp
Barbara Sakamoto Teaching Village
Tara Seale Enchanted English Teacher
Sean Banville Sean Banville's Blog
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