Ferriter writes that as a result of using digital tools:
"Thousands of accomplished educators are now writing blogs about teaching and learning, bringing transparency to both the art and the science of their practice. In every content area and grade level and in schools of varying sizes and from different geographic locations, educators are challenging assumptions, questioning policies, offering advice, designing solutions, and learning together. And this collective knowledge is readily available for free."
So I suppose this morning's effort is an example of this.
And I feel good because I've actually written my first post in ages.