Here are the posts I found interesting that were written up at the end of September.
The EdTechTeam talked about student tech talks under their #ONENEWTHING hashtag. I really liked the idea. I don't think I could do it that often, but maybe once a grading period. I like the idea of students presenting tech ideas. I especially like the idea about having them sumit, via Google Form, what they want to talk about (they don't need to know about incognito mode).
Another one from EdTechTeam, is about designing a Google MyMaps lesson. I'm sure this would be really great for social studies teachers. I could see possibly using it myself with students for historical backgrounds on novels and stories, or to map out the journey of the characters in a novel or in a story the students create themselves.
Over at te@chthought, they made a top 10 post about knowing you are doing it right. I found it interesting, particularly numbers 5 and 9. My mother can attest that I have a penchant for not doing what I am told, and I think I have brought that into my adulthood. I also have issues with some of the higher higher ups not thinking about the individual student and only looking at them as data points.
I came across this post from Connected Principals about why educators should blog. I think the first point stood out to me more than any of the others. Blogging requires reflection. It's so true. I often find that I have something in my head that I could blog about, but then I never seem to find the time, or I have to make time and something else (grading, planning) suffers.