Check it out: My Friday’s Post

Day Fifteen’s task during the “#Blogging101” course is to: Develop a regular feature for your blog.

AFriday's Post_icons mentioned by Michelle W. and the WordPress.com team,Creating a regular feature means my readers have something specific to wait for at regular intervals, and this in turn gives my blog a hook.” Posting regularly on my blog is not an easy job as I am a busy teacher with heavy schedule plus working on my PhD that takes a lot of my time, in addition to participating in many projects with my students, and online opportunities, e,g, attending webinars, online conferences, online courses, and more. Since it is not frequency, but consistency, I decided to do it WEEKLY on FRIDAYS about not specific things. I will make it a little bit open. I can post an announcement about an online event that my readers can take part in. Sharing with them personal experiences, successful practices while teaching, touching moments with my students, new lesson plans, or tutorials are among many ideas I think of.

But, I will vary my style of writing and the topics provided each week; I mean one for a teaching event, another for a piece of advice telling them how to learn something new, and maybe a week for sharing a photo with a message and invite my readers to talk about it or write a collaborative story together.

You know my blog is about sharing various learning e-dventures that I don’t expect when and where I start them off, so I will make my Fridays’ Posts unpredictable, too.

Don’t forget to check out my Friday’s post today. Stay tuned! πŸ™‚

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2 thoughts on “Check it out: My Friday’s Post

    • Dear vnktchari,
      I hope my Friday’s posts would be interesting for you. By the way, I left 3 comments on your latest post, but it says, “Your comment is awaiting moderation.” Would you please approve them to show up?

      Really, I love reading your reflective posts. They are like a series of stories full of exciting events and actions. Great work you are doing throughout this course. I hope we keep in touch and never stop connecting and sharing things with each other.
      πŸ™‚

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