Monday, April 17, 2006

Education bloggers tap into online communities

From the CEC Smart Brief:

Australian English teacher Jo McLeay reports blogging has allowed her students to share their lives with their peers in a tiny school in northern Canada. Even though only 25 members are currently listed on the Australian education bloggers site, McLeay predicts many more will begin using the medium once they realize its rich potential. The Age (Melbourne, Australia) (free registration) (4/17)

1 comment:

Paige said...

Great site Maria. I have some friends in art education in Australia. You inspired a great idea; I could have my art ed students communicate with hers in Australia. Keep up the blogging!

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