I think we’d all agree that the WP Community makes the difference to blogging here on Word Press. Today, over on Wise & Shine I consider our role in helping new bloggers feel part of that Community. I think of the help I received and want to extend that welcome to others. Pop over to my post there to see what I’m planning to do.
Then come back and tell me what you think. Are there other things I can do that I’ve not thought of? Are you a new bloggers with questions? Ask away, it’s the best way to learn.
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- Introductions over Coffee #12Introductions over Coffee, a blog series featuring different writers, this week spotlights Hugh from Hugh’s Views and News, renowned for offering high-quality blogging advice. This deviation from introducing new bloggers highlights Hugh’s recent post about seeking help from WordPress support, deemed beneficial information for budding bloggers. The blog also provides details about its selection process for featuring new bloggers.
- Supporting StudentsSometimes employers do things that make us proud to be associated with them. At a time when students struggle so much financially because of the cost of living, our college is really pulling out the stops to help them. I was walking through the canteen late afternoon today and wondered about a little paper bag… Read more: Supporting Students
- In search of the right coffee shop environmentWhat do you look for when seeking out a favourite coffee shop? Ambience? Good coffee? Wifi? What about if the wifi was missing? I had thought working in coffee shops would be a great idea – good coffee and the chance to relax and get into the writing zone – whatever that looks like, but… Read more: In search of the right coffee shop environment
- Understanding moral choices: Doing the Right ThingThe content discusses various posts exploring war’s tragedies and calling for peaceful solutions. A shared post by Deepak Chopra on Medium ponders why individuals and nations don’t always act morally, considering the forces that shape our ethical decisions. Readers are encouraged to share their thoughts on the topic.
- Inspired Festivals: What’s in a prompt?The author provided their ESOL class a creative task to invent their own festivals after discussing Halloween and Bonfire Night. Students came up with ideas such as the Pet Day Festival, the Celebration Cake Festival, and the National Chocolate Day Festival, each with specific activities. The author hopes to keep English learning fun and engaging for their students.