Blogs and blogging for teachers by teachers
Do a google search for "blogging and teaching" or [subject] +blog

Blogs can have a special place in the hearts of teachers. They allow teachers to set up communities for professional discussion, trade ideas and stories, and solve problems.

Blogs are used by teachers for posting observations, commentary, personal news, musings, mediations, rants, notes . . . writing that accumulates over time. Teachers post frequently and informally, and can build a community of readers and contributors quickly. Over time, the teacher's blog becomes a storehouse, a history, an autobiography, the trace of a writerly presence.

More and more, blogs are being seen as a legitimate vehicle for of professional development. [http://www.professorbainbridge.com/2004/01/academic_credit.html Academic credit for blogging] discusses "the role blogging can play in the development of both an individual's academic career and an academic institution."

Some examples of PedaBlogs


blogging and teaching writing

We keep a more detailed bib on the [http://biro.bemidjistate.edu/cgi/twwtwiki.pl?CourseReadings Teaching Writing with Technology wiki].
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