To begin, it's great to be here and to be a part of such an exciting community. The energy is palpable and the potential is great. But great for what? As members continue to trickle in (we're pushing 60 in the first 24 hours - all with very little advertisement), we will need to decide as a community what we hope to accomplish.
Personally, I hope that EduBloggerWorld will function as an asynchronous "think-tank" - not a replacement of the blogs that we create, but rather a place where we can communicate about issues affecting blogging and education in general. As a result, I hope that if you ever have a question that you feel might be best addressed by this community, then you don't hesitate to ask. Remember what you tell your own students, "25 other students in this class probably have the exact same question."
I'll begin the trend today by asking a question I have been struggling with lately. Now, I realize that this is an EduBlogger (Educational Blogger) community. In my experience, the term edublogger usually connotes "one that writes about how technology can enhance (or detract from) education". Hence, my question (increasingly important as I invite teachers to participate in the blogosphere):
What does this community have to offer to educators that want to blog about other educational fields?
Along a similar vein, is there a repository I can visit that will help me find blogs about teaching science or math or language - that really have nothing to do with technology?