TRY IT Tuesday: Become Blog Savvy

You can find just about anything on the internet. Early education professionals can use it to find templates for classroom craft activities, information about licensing regulations, and online early education courses. Those interested in early ed policy can use it to watch public hearings, read pieces of legislation, and research policies in different states. And then there are blogs… blogs on early education policy, blogs written by classroom teachers, and blogs about child development. Blogs are a great way to get information, network with others, and express your own opinions by leaving comments. We want the WECA blog to be a place where you can find interesting information and share your ideas by leaving comments.

Don’t think you can join the blogging revolution? Rachael Sherfield- a WECA Member Advisory Council member and a Wisconsin child care provider- TRIED IT by commenting regularly on our blog and by sharing her experiences at her own personal blog site. You can visit her blog here.

Are you ready to TRY IT too? Leave us a comment to let us know what you want to hear about by clicking on the green comment link below. Try subscribing to our blog (you will get an update each time we write a new entry) by clicking on the orange “Posts” button at the top of the page. Or, if you really want to become blog savvy, start your own blog and share your own early education perspectives!

One thought on “TRY IT Tuesday: Become Blog Savvy

  1. Hello,
    My name is Josh Bleskacek and I run my own in-home day care called Daddy’s Day Care in Elmwood, WI. I have been doing this for 3 years now. I have been working in day cares for 7 years now and love every minute of it.

    I agree that there are not enough men in this field. I truly feel that all children benefit from having men in their lives, and what a better way to do that than to work with them at day cares. Many children lack a male figure in their lives and it’s great to see that there are positive male role models in their livess, even if it is at day care.

    I just want to commend all of the men and women out there who work with children all day long. These children are our future and it’s great to know that there are wonderful people out there who are trying their best to help shape these young children into responsible, loving adults.

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