I gotta confess, it really is super duper embarrassing to write a blog post which has the sole purpose of asking my readers for a favour and to be honest, it sends me into this sort of deep, reflective identity crisis as I question whether or not I write to explore best teaching practices, to share my learning or if I just really need to get applause, awards and all that jazz...
'cause if I'm true to me and all I've got to say (e.g. very not a fan of the EduBlogs awards) nor generally, about all that hullabaloo type of nonsense like holding up a plaque that says I'm a good writer or not... then why on earth would I ask
vote for me to say I am?
um, 'cause I'm human.
I sort of like to know that what I do (i.e. write articles about teaching and all the things you find on the menu bar above) has some intrinsic or extrinsic value to you as my reader or...
my friends or family members
or well to someone else out there.
Right, am really scurring off my computer now, so, um, if you don't have a blog - which has been nominated in my specific category, which is language teaching, and you wouldn't mind kindly nipping off for about 5 seconds
to click on this button below and
voting for me,
I'd be super grateful.