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This post is part of the #EdublogsClub – a group of educators and edtech enthusiasts that blog around a common theme each week. Simply write a post and share it to join in. You can look back at all the previous prompts and contribute at any time.

This is the final #EdublogsClub Prompt for 2017!

#EdublogsClub began in January as a concept to inspire a whole year of blogging. It started with a bang! We had many bloggers from across the globe participating.

While participation has dwindled of late, #EdublogsClub has been a powerful project overall. Bloggers have come together to build momentum and community.

Numbers aren’t important. It doesn’t matter how many #EdublogsClub posts you completed; it’s the journey that counts. This week, we are looking back and looking forward.

Take pride in how far you've come. Have faith in how far you can go. But don't forget to enjoy the journey. Michael Josephson

Prompt: Celebrate and Reflect

Some of the topics you might like to discuss this week include:

  • Goals: What are your blogging goals and how have these changed over the year?
  • Achievements: What are you proud of?
  • Benefits: What do you see as the benefits of blogging? Has it been worthwhile for meta-cognition? Relaxation? Building community? Gaining new insights?
  • The future: How would you like your blog to evolve?

While we won’t keep publishing weekly prompts, anyone is still welcome to respond to any of the previous prompts. We will still be monitoring comments so would love to hear from you and read your posts.

Perhaps the rest of the year will offer you a good chance to catch up on old #EdublogsClub prompts!

We have plans to package up the 40 prompts into a downloadable format as inspiration for yourself and others. Look out for that soon.

Happy blogging!

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About Kathleen Morris

I am a primary school teacher and mum of two from Victoria, Australia. I write about blogging, global collaboration and technology integration on http://primarytech.global2.vic.edu.au Connect with me on Twitter @kathleen_morris

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  1. Thanks for many months of inspirational prompts that have allowed me to develop my blog into a thriving entity. And thanks for creating the PDF of blog topics, especially adding 15 new ones to carry us through the end of the year!

    Although I still have to do #39, here’s my blog post for this topic entry–a chance to reflect on an old educational issue and get the long-ignored draft ready for publication.
    “Looking Forward: Does a 21st Century School Need a Librarian?”
    https://lookingbackward.edublogs.org/2017/11/02/looking-forward-does-a-21st-century-school-need-a-library/
    BrP

    • Thank YOU, BrP. You have been a great participant. I look forward to having a good read of your latest post!

      Kathleen

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    • The thanks goes to you, Alicia. You have written such consistently wonderful posts. It has been great to connect. I just left you a comment.

      ~ Kathleen

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  2. Nooooo! 😀
    I am still catching up! I will definitely be doing this post last. EduBlogs will be doing another round of prompts right?? If so, when does that start and when can I sign up? 😉

    • I love your enthusiasm, Melanie! I’m glad you have more to catch up on so I can keep reading.
      As for another round…stay tuned! We’re are considering ideas for next year 🙂

      ~ Kathleen

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  3. I’m happy to go on blogging, now that I know that I can catch up along the year. I will also have plenty of time to visit my fellow bloggers, as I spent almost all day at school, and as my English is slow, sometimes I had no more strength to comment.
    I think prompt 40 is very inspiring. Happy World Values Day!
    Ines

    • Completing all 40 prompts is quite an effort. Well done, Nina! I just commented.

      Kathleen

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