I really believe that setting up and promoting your own teaching blog is great way for any teacher to clarify their own thoughts, connect to their peers and raise their profile. In that spirit I'm very happy to pass on links to other colleagues' blogs.
One thing that constantly amazes me when I attend Teachmeets is the infinite variety of creative ideas that colleagues come up with to help motivate their learners.
Blogging is a great way of building up your personal bank of ideas and resources. Talking about the things that inspire you helps you to define and refine those areas that you particularly are brilliant at. So here is a link to Sean Terry's blog.
If you would like me to mention your own blog, especially people launching into the blogosphere for the first time, send me a link in the comment section below and will try and lend any profile I might have to get you going.
"Lingualicious is a collection of resources that have worked best in the classroom along with a few other ideas & links. Hopefully all Spanish & MFL teachers can find something useful here; some are specific to my School (often my long-suffering yr 11s in silly cartoons) but please comment on & download anything you find here. I'll be updating as much as possible but go back to the older resources too as they are some of the ones I've found most effective. If you have problems with any of the presentations because of your version of Office, let me know and i'll put a 2003 version on here. Save the zip files first and then open them. Anyway hope you enjoy some of my stuff. Oh ..and join Joe Dale's MFL twitterati - really good group for sharing new ideas and advice on everything MFL."