New Teaching Blog

July 22, 2008 | Blog

The National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future (NCTAF) just announced a new blog — the NCTAF Learning Network.

Hmmm … not exactly an inspiring name for a blog, but NCTAF does some good work around learning communities, teaching practice, and teaching standards. It’s worth keeping an eye on. For now, there is some work to do on the formatting of the blog and there’s really no content up yet either.

In related news, NCTAF recently held its annual symposium in Washington, DC. Fun was had by all.

For those of you hellbent on instant gratification with respect to teaching, check out these blogs:

What are some other good teaching-related blogs out there?

3 Comments

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    Matthew K. Tabor

    July 22, 2008

    So You Want to Teach? is a great teaching blog - always entertaining and relevant.

    http://www.soyouwanttoteach.com/

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    Karen from NCTAF

    July 24, 2008

    Liam,

    Thanks (I think) for featuring NCTAF's new blog. :) We have worked out the formatting issues and plan to post at least two blog entries each week. There's more to come from us ... we plan to push on the topics that were explored at our Symposium this month. Please do keep an eye on our blog!

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    Liam Goldrick

    July 25, 2008

    matthew - thanks for the suggestion. looks like a good one.

    karen - i attended the symposium so i have an appetite for all the issues discussed. keep it coming!


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