Ann Davis gives her rationale for educational blogging in EduBlog Insights. Blogging, she writes, “…is not just a matter of transferring classroom writing into digital spaces.” Read her full entry for 13 reasons why teaching students blogging skills is educationally sound.
David Truss , math and science teacher, principal, and blogger writes, “Since keeping a blog I have learned that little lessons can form big ideas, altering what a teacher can and must do. I’ve recently moved my blog and in doing so, I have reflected on every post along the way. Here is the anecdotal look at a few things my blog has taught me
I’m a square peg in a round hole. I’m also Batman, not Borg.
Digital learning environments create diverse thinking opportunities
Learning from reflection is more than surface deep.
Networks do what classrooms cannot.
I teach, therefore I blog….”
Check out David’s thought-provoking blog: David Truss: Pair-a-dimes for Your Thoughts
David’s video, Why Blog?