Monday, September 29, 2014

If a Student Blogs in the Forest, Would Anybody Read it?

Why Blogging?  Well, why not?  It's a great collaborative tool.  It can close gaps of mighty miles an d distances.  It can open up a dialogue that might not have had a platform prior.  Blogs can create safe havens to learn and ask questions.  Blogs can make the reader feel less isolated and part of a larger community of educators and learners.  That can encourage a more open experience and a better understanding.  "I didn't understand that concept and neither did that person."   And along comes an in-the-know Blogger able to shed some light.

1 comment:

  1. I like your views on the world of blogging. It does bridge the gap for lets say, students who are learning a secondary language on the other side of the world. The blog can help form some sort of communication between those students who have no experience within that subject, or a student who has experience they would love to share.

    After browsing the internet, check out this link to a study abroad blog that I found interesting.