Va. social studies teacher becomes blog superstar

03/28/2013 | Fairfax County Times (Reston, Va.)

Ken Halla, a social studies teacher at Hayfield Secondary School in Fairfax County, Va., started blogging a few years ago to offer advice to his local peers but teachers across the nation are reading Halla's blogs, which include U.S. history and government blogs, and using the resources. Halla, who says his blogs get about 50,000 hits a month, said he hopes to encourage others to take greater advantage of the technology at their disposal and flip their classrooms so they can spend less time lecturing and more time helping students learn at a higher level.

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