Monday, January 08, 2007

Blogs Used Positively in Education

I already blogged about this here. But I want to show the pictures of the blogs I maintain through this slide:

'Blogs are much more than online journals when done right. They offer much more than the traditional tools in terms of giving voice, building community, enhancing learning not just from a writing standpoint.' Will Richardson

- Used as a venue for student collaboration: The CyberPals Project (this is my project with Kevin from Western Massachusetts, he maintained this site)
- Used as a class website: Class Digital Anthology
- Used as a school website: The Jefferson Online Journal
- Used as an online magazine: Quill and Keyboard Online
- Used as a venue for teacher collaboration: Pinoy Teachers Network
- Used as an E-Journal: Students' Adventures in Costa Rica
- Used as a teachers’ bulletin board: DC Area Writing Project's Blog
- Used as a personal educator’s website: Special Education Teacher in Washington DC
- A Rewarding Opportunity for Teacher Bloggers : "Best of the Education Blog" Awards

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