A Big Round of Applause…

to all of you who attended the Blogging workshop yesterday and helped make it a success. In particular, our thanks to the bold blogging volunteer, whose blog is now in the blogroll in the sidebar. Thanks to all of you who asked questions. I personally was disappointed that we couldn’t be in a computer room and have everyone creating blogs “live”, but never mind.

If any of you create a blog, particularly a class blog or have your students create blogs, we would like to hear from you, so that we can point our students to visit your (or your students’) blogs. We will also add you to the “blogroll” in the sidebar.

Best of luck, and keep in touch.

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4 Comments on “A Big Round of Applause…”

  1. Klara Says:

    Hey!
    Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. What city of Japan are you from?

  2. Doug Arnold Says:

    As a technology facilitator in a public school here in the U.S. I have become very interested in blogging as an educational tool. I’m always pleased to find other people in the blogoshere that I can exchange ideas with on the subject. Thanks and I will definately add you to my list.

  3. intercultural Says:

    Hi, thanks for the workshop; it was great. It was so clear and practical, taking the participants step by step through the creation of a blog . Well, here I am 5 months after the workshop actually checking out your blog. I have seen it written in teacher education textbooks that if you don’t try out a new idea within three days of hearing it, you will never use it. Here I am, living proof to the contrary.

    Next semester I intend to ask students who will take part in an intercultural exchange programme to produce a blog detailing their preparations, experiences, and reflections upon returning. Previously students had been graded on their results overseas and a traditional report on returning to Japan. I thought blogging would be a better way for students to form a support network before they go and to record their travels for family and friends to see. I will let you know how it goes.

    Thanks again.


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