Should teachers be allowed to vent online?...Totally reasonable :-)
California math teacher Darren Miller who blogs at Right on the Left Coast: Views from a Conservative Teacher told the Lookout there's a pretty easy way to have an online presence and be a teacher: Don't write stuff that will get you in trouble.
"I've mentioned to students that I have a blog; they can look at it if they want to," he writes in an e-mail. "Each year one or two students comment on it periodically, and that's ok. While I don't put my last name on my blog, or identify my school by name, I also don't write about serious school disciplinary events or anything else that could reasonably be considered indiscreet."
Friday, July 29, 2011
I Forgot I Was Asked About This
I found out about this article by seeing its URL show up in Statcounter: