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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Blog Post 11

This is a great way to get young students started on computers so they know how to correctly look for information in the world. They learned items that most young kids can not do or wont and that is to share and motivate each other in ways of ideas. Since i have started comment 4 kids I have read a lot about different student age blogs and learned from all of them what they like or what they want to do for fun.

I am a student in University of South Alabama in Dr. Strange’s class. You could use mostly the same ideas on blogging or twitter to find information from all over the world. When you have students typing up there work you can see them grow in proper English language and writing from the beginning of the year to the end. By stating we are handicapped in ways such as technology makes a good point on if we don't grow as teachers and educators then our students will falter later in life because they will be behind. By letting kids post on blogs and other Internet pages then they will fill better because they feel like they are writing something someone wants to read instead of wasting paper then no one sees it. Some off her best points were new teachers using technology to get information from the older or more experienced ones. If we work together as one in schools then as teachers we can get our students more prepared and we also can be ready for anything that gets put in our way.
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  1. I agree that letting students write on blogs does encourage them more that in they are writing on paper no one will read. I also think that you made a really go point about language skills growing from the beginning to the end of the year.

  2. "work together..." That is important. And together can now include people thousands of miles apart. Even Canada!