Sunday, September 23, 2007

Who is out there?

I have the little map thingy on my blog and it tells me that I have a fair number of hits over the time I have had this blog up. But I rarely get comments.

I am interested in knowing who is out there.

Leave a comment - agree with me, disagree with me - or just say hi

I am most interested in knowing whether business educators read this blog - if you do let me know - tell me where you are, what you teach and what you think of the state of Business Education today



Blogger Mike said...

Mike Wolf- Second year undergrad.

8:03 PM  
Anonymous Barbara said...

Hey, Cyril....It's Barbara McKinnon, a full-time business education teacher at Albert E. Peacock Collegiate in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, CANADA. I see interest in business education on a steep downward slope...There are so many options out there that students seem to be opting for either strictly academics for university or for the classes that are perceived to be fun, easy and entertaining. A future in business doesn't seem to be in their mindset. These are challenging times to be a business educator, that is for sure!!!

11:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Howdy. This is Joel. I enjoy the blog. I took your class in St. Paul last summer and am teaching high school in Cloquet now. Being the new guy in a small town is quite the experience. I liked your post about how the place you're from is different than your home - I could relate to that!

8:23 PM  
Anonymous Jay Kesten said...

Hi dad, it's Jay!

9:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cyril, are sure you want to encourage me to communicate. Once you get me started it's difficult to get me stopped. I like to see what is going on in business education. As an experienced teacher unable to squeak in the door of the Regina Public School Board in the past two years I can't help but believe that my education in business is not wanted at this time. I fear for the future grads of the business education program. Where will they get jobs? What about our youth? How will they survive the the ever growing giant of big business, credit, and retirement. Will they learn from their bankrupted parents. What will they do as they won't be able to rely on inheritance of the babyboomers to mask their poor spending habits. See you in class on Tuesday!

10:32 PM  
Anonymous Shuana Niessen said...

Hi Cyril,
I confess: I read your blog on occasion without stopping to comment.

4:08 PM  
Blogger DJ said...

I'm a first time visitor and just wanted to let you know that I stopped by. I am a Business Education major at Valdosta State University in Valdosta, GA. I'll try and make a conscious effort to comment as I read!


8:53 PM  
Blogger Alysha said...

Hi there, I'm Alysha and I'm a new visitor. I'm in my second year of university studying Education. I think blogging is a neat, new way to communicate with teachers (and whoever) all over the world. I'm always interested to hear other Educator's experiences.

10:44 AM  
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5:02 AM  
Blogger Downes said...

Hiya - Stephen Downes here - I read what you post - not always on the same day, but I always get to it.

8:14 PM  
Blogger Cyril Kesten said...

thank you all for stopping by to comment - please feel free to engage me in any way you'd like

5:21 PM  

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