Bellwether Education Partners, a national nonprofit based in Washington, D.C., is hosting a workshop called Better Blogging: Skills and Tools for Teacher Bloggers on August 11, 2012. The workshop is the brainchild of Andrew Rotherham, co-founder of Bellwether, blogger and columnist for TIME.
I had the privilege to attend the first Better Blogging conference in February, and am so grateful for the opportunity. The best part for me was networking with other amazing edubloggers, such as Marlyin Rhames, who writes the fantastic blog Charting My Own Course and Mark Anderson, who blogs for Gotham Schools.
The line up of presenters was equally awe-inspiring, including such distinguished journalists as Carl Cannon (Pulitzer Prize and Gerald R. Ford Prize winner) and Ezra Klein (Washington Post columnist and frequent MSNBC contributor). They'll be there in August along with a group of experienced bloggers and journalists that have the kind of impact I think any teacher blogger would hope to have.
If you have a teaching-focused blog or are about to start one, and are looking for ways to take it to the next level, I strongly recommend you apply. The application is due July 9th, but considering the 5:1 ratio of applicants to attendees in February, you should apply ASAP!
If you're interested but have more questions, you can email Bellwether's Rachael Brown or just ask me.