As I've been searching around and noticing people visiting my site, I've run into a number of nice places to learn more about blogging in the educational sphere and about blogging in general.
First, I'd like to mention Albert Delgado at Educational Weblogs. He has quite a site put together, utilizing all sorts of blogging technology. I am still working through much of what he has there as the side bars have many links to interesting things.
A site Delgado links to is Educational Bloggers' Network which apparently has roots in San Francisco, a place I would like to live.
Also interesting is Dialectic Journal. She has been blogging for a few years and is almost done with teacher training. From what I can gather, her site is a culminating project.
Finally, another site I enjoy is The Shifted Librarian. There are times when I wished I would have scrapped my already begun master's degree in Teaching and Curriculum to get a degree in library science. That site talks about all the things an excellent school library (or any library really) should do.
I am trying to find more educators to link here because I find that I go to those blogs from my link list and find more reasons on why I am writing this blog. A few are the following: 1) figure out how to use blogs in my teaching; 2) become a better teacher by reading other blogs; and, 3) write more in general.