At the end of last year (2019), the most searched term that lead to this website was ‘teaching portfolios” followed by “examples of teaching portfolios”. It prompted me to think about and reflect on how this website is being used, and the direction it could (or should) take.
Don’t worry, it will continue to raise issues with current practise, policy, and politics, just as it did in the past, but I also want it to be a source of information, help, tips, tricks, and experience sharing with the people that use it – those being predominantly teachers.
I have now been teaching for ten years, and I’m beginning to realise that not only do I have a lot of skills (especially in technology) that could be shared with other teachers to make their lives easier, but I also have a lot of experience that might also be useful for others to hear from.
To that end, I want to begin providing not just my opinion on certain topics, but also some more “How-to” based articles along with tutorials and “Here’s what I do” posts.
If there are any other topics you’d like to be covered more on this site, please leave a comment and I’ll consider it.
Here’s hoping 2020 is a great year for you, whatever it might hold for you!