blogging about blogging

Possible Structures for Blogging

  • Scribe for the day
  • Project Model — students can post pieces of a project as they finish (jigsaw, sharing for peer review, etc.)
  • Lab–posting results, data, conclusions for collaboration, consulting experts, etc.
  • Opener/Closer — reading over the previous day’s entry as a warmup
  • Resources Bank — students add resources for projects
  • In class comments — adding quotes during class to the blog (ex. April’s theory about the atom)
  • Science Fair Support Group — brainstorming idea, posting procedures, getting feedback
  • Making real life connections to the content — current events, debatable topics, etc.

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  1. * Jeremiah says:

    These are the thoughts we had in the group around this one:
    With co-constructing, we can also reference what was mentioned on the blog in class.
    This is also a great way to have the identity construction happening around the scientist, or as a learner

    | Reply Posted 10 years, 10 months ago

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