TILT - Teachers Improving Learning with Technology

Saturday, March 11, 2006

TILT Episode 9 - Educational Blogging Part 2

Teachers are doing many things with weblogs in their classrooms. In this episode, we feature some of those blogs as well as interview a Seattle teacher, Bre Pettis, about how he uses blogs with his art students.

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Show Links:
Mrs. Polak's 4/6 Class Blog
Paul Gates' 2nd Grade Class
Willow Web
Simple Machine Blog
Dive Blog
Young Reader's Choice Awards Blog
Bre Pettis' Room 132 Blog

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5 Comments:

  • At 12.3.06, Anonymous bre said…

    Man, this video is super informative. It rules!!! Thanks for letting me be part of it!

    bre

     
  • At 4.3.09, Blogger Ben Jewell said…

    I am a teacher new to technology and I am trying to determine if blogs are useful in the classroom. I find that a good deal of technology is spending money on technology that is doing that same old things with expensive technology. It appears that blogs seems to be a way of teaching in a completely different way. Are many of you having all of your students posting in a middle school setting. Thanks

     
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