A student reaction to Anne’s comments earlier this week.
Archive for the 'Blogs' Category
Perhaps the most important thing I’ve FURLed in a while.
Another example of the establishment reaching out to the people via a read/write web site.
The post doesn’t follow through on the promise of the title… but what a great idea!
Posted by Anne Davis on 10/5/04; 9:54:05 – but I wasn’t on board yet… and it’s always worth linking to. Ways to use weblogs in education. ‘Nuff said.
This is a good sceptical approach to blogs in education… with a focus on fostering dialog.
Though I’m sure anyone reading my blog or FURL feeds probably reads edupodder as well, I had to FURL this because it is so cool and so closely related to the project I am working on now.
Here is another gem – my google alerts are really starting to pay off. I think the title says it all… and it was started by a school teacher and her web master husband. :)
WOW! This is really catching on. Like the story I FURLed earlier today about the school board trustee, this is another example of a high level elected official making themselves available to their people. What an amazing insight into the way our country’s government operates this will be! Oh, and this was another google alert gem brought to me while I was working on my own blog.
This story suggests an awesome level of empowerment for – and a connection between – the highest levels of an educational institution, and the people they serve. Hallelujia. BTW, this came to me from a google alert while I was working. ;)