Ways to use weblogs in education

Anne Davis took a look at the possiblities from these few perspectives:
1. creating a reflective, journal type blog to …
2. starting a class blog to …
3. encourging students to blog thru comments given to …
4. having your students create their own weblogs to …
5. asking your class to create a shared weblog to …
See the full possibilities here 🙂

“Voice”

Voice – not which that comes out thru the mouth, but that in writing.
“Voice is the writer’s presence in a piece of writing” as Tom Romano defines it in his article The Power of Voice published in Education Leadership Oct 2004 Vol 62 No.2 Pg 20-23.
“Voice is the key to helping our students develop into writers. We must give them opportunities to hear their own written voices and the written voices of others�their peers, their teachers, and the best authors.”

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Magazine online

This website hosted the M&M online magazine, featuring a collection of weblogs written by 6th grade students at Brandon Middle School in Virginia.