10 Names NOT Picked for the Mom Congress Blog
February 1, 2012
© Tasha Christensen
Welcome to Class Notes, the new, expanded Mom Congress blog.
Before I introduce myself, can I just tell you that Parenting passed up some fantabulous names in favor of Class Notes? (Kind of hard to believe I know!)
Top 10 Names That Seemed Really Darn Good But Didn't Make the Cut
2. See-Saws, Scabs, and School
3. Advocacy Makes You Look 10 Pounds Lighter
4. Tales from an Interactive Whiteboard
5. No Standardized Test Left Behind
6. Reading, Writing, R-Advocating
7. Cognitive Development for Dummies
8. School. Give a Ship.
9. Schoolbus Blues
10. My Student Can Beat Up Your Student
Hard to pick which one of these is the best, they're all so good!
So, here's the deal. I'm going to make your life easier by giving you exactly what you need to know about learning and education. Instead of asking people on Facebook, or Twitter, or the pool, you can just hang out here.
Oh, and if you want to know more about me, 5 words -- coffee, jeans, Mac, books, and always a backpack. You can find me blogging at Imagination Soup or freelance writing about education topics. Not only am I a mom of two kids, I'm also an opinionated educator, passionate about high-quality education for all children, increasing literacy, and anything to do with children's books.
What do you think? You ready for this ride?
Don't forget to tell me what your favorite blog name could have been...
Melissa Taylor is a freelance writer, an award-winning educational blogger at ImaginationSoup, an award-winning teacher with a M.A. in Education, and a mom of two children, ages 6 and 9. Follow Taylor on Twitter or find her on Facebook.
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