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?


About Donna

Changing educational paradigms motivate me to share new technology as well as the admirable work of others who integrate contemporary research on how people learn with supportive, free digital applications and resources. Do teachers ever have enough time or money? Perhaps my discoveries will expedite the journey of a busy educator seeking a 21st Century 'true north' of his or her own.

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