In honor of that, I wanted to share an audio track made by 6 and 7 year olds at in Rachel Boyd’s class in New Zealand, about why they like blogs.
In honor of Blog Day, I’m asked to share five blogs I’d recommend, so here goes.
Always Learning Kim Cofino’s blog from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as she writes about her elementary library job, after years in middle school
Chalkdust101 Patrick Higgins shares his enthusiasm for all things web 2.0
Beyond School Clay Burrell’s blog is bursting with energy and ideas, and his Global Cooling project is just getting off the ground and looking for participants.
K5 Tech Margie Brown, a campus tech coordinator in our district, is a new blogger that I’d also like to recognize.
WhsCareerTech Another new blogger in our district, Vicky Abney, our business applications teacher, started a new blog last May, and is utilizing hers this year as a daily classroom tool.
And a couple of “old” favorites 😉 that I can’t leave out–
Think: lab Christian Long’s energetic blog often highlights the power of student bloggers. He’s left the world of school design and is teaching this year for the first time in several years, so this looks to be fascinating reading!
Great post today on individualizing our students.
It’s hard to limit it to five, as I also want to mention so many other blogs I read regularly! I want to thank all of the educators who take time to share their experiences so that we can all learn from them.
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