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Who doesn’t love hearing stories and insights from interesting people? Interviews can spice up blog posts and add new perspectives for your readers.
You may be the sole author of your blog, but you can bring in the voices of other educators, administrators, thought leaders, students or parents through interviews.
Text interviews may be the most simple format, but if you’re feeling adventurous, you could begin experimenting with video or audio interviews. This could be a surefire way to increase the engagement of your readers!
Prompt: Write a post about interviews.
The following ideas might provide some inspiration for the content of your post.
- Interview someone who has had an impact on how you view education.
- Ask a colleague to interview you about your work.
- Tell a story about a time you interviewed someone or were interviewed.
- Interview a former student or parent with whom you’ve stayed in touch.
- If there was one person you could interview, who would it be and what questions would you ask?
Don’t forget to leave a comment with the link to your blog post.