Happy International Edublogging Women's Day 2006! I'm posting this in the evening UK time, I've been working with teachers (fittingly, an all women group) all day, spreading the endless joys of the wiki tool in Moodle. Picked up my son from my mother's house, came home, fed the cat, child, myself and my son's neopets, sorted out the bills, and finally got online to blog for 5 minutes! This isn't untypical of my general blogging - I'm fitting this in between answering which animal or insect I would be if I could be any, making coco, bath time and the bed time story. I'll be back later though to do some more dedicated Edublogging Women posting.
Over at Technorati, there's 17 posts so far - I've got to admit I'm disappointed that more people aren't running with this, since there's so much great work being done by women in the field.
Anyhow - check out these bloggers who have been waving the edublog flag high for women today:
The wonderful Anne Davis has been running a series of posts to tie in with International Edublogging Women's Day and to celebrate women edubloggers: She posts about Josie Fraser (that's me! Hooray!), Barbara Ganley, Hillary Meeler, Amy Bowllan, Vicki Davis, Jo McLeay, Nancy McKeand, Kelly Neville, and then a whole bunch of women on her Celebrations Roll Call, and then finishes with Vera B Price.