Why don't all teachers blog? It seems reasonable to think that a great many do. Teachers like to share and the internet allows for such ease in sharing. However, I wonder how pervasive teacher blogs are.
I don't have an answer. Ultimately I am looking for an answer or a better phrased question to describe a situation that I have seen. I see schools of teachers each week, each with mastery of their content and a certain skill in delivery that comes from experience and the dedication to the skill of teaching (art).
Why don't these teachers blog about their experiences, sharing them with others as a way to create a community. Is it fear? Is it that they are unsure of how good they are? Is it that there is just not enough time in the day to do so?
For me, the act of blogging about my teaching context provides an opportunity to reflect on current issues as well as invite in thoughtful discussion.
What do you think? Why do you blog OR NOT blog? What is the catch? Include your blog URL in the comments so we can see what teachers around the country are doing.