First there was Mark’s edtechblog. I pretty much gave up blogging consistently there in 2011, and the last couple of years were fairly light on the edtech part of things.
I did keep a blog for seven years (2005-2012) for my third grade classes at roomtwelve.com, writing mostly about happenings in the classroom. Just wrote my final post there in September, 2012, but the blog will remain, as an archive of thousands of pieces of writing by my students.
I started up Biking to School at the start of 2012, but that ended up just being a vehicle (ha) for documenting the end of my teaching career.
I’ve always had websites going, and most of them will continue, with the exception of the website for my school, which I’ve maintained for over eighteen years. For the last three, it’s been a collaborative effort as a wiki. It will be replaced by the end of 2012 with a website using a district provided template to increase uniformity in the appearance of its schools.
Not a fan of where things are headed, I will maintain the original school website, for its archival and historical value. I will keep the arborheights.com domain and change web forwarding on it to the original school website at http://www.halcyon.com/arborhts/.