RSS Feed

Before this week, I knew about RSS Feed for websites, but I had never used them (Ahh! English teacher problem. RSS Feed. Singular or plural? Which pronoun to use?!). I subscribe to several websites, but I have the information delivered to me by email. In this day of Internet tracking, I appreciate the relative anonymity of the RSS feed, as opposed to giving a website my email address. Also, it will free up my email inbox, a never-ending struggle in my life.

As for professional development, having an organized place with all of my favorite teaching blogs in one place saves me considerable time. I will no longer be searching for the information; it will all be in one, simple location. Teachers never have enough time, and professional development is much more likely to happen when it is simpler to locate and read.Digg Reader Screenshot


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