Welcome to the BLOGOSPHERE

Ray, Jay
June 2006
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Summer2006, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p175
Academic Journal
This article discusses the educational use of Weblogs in the U.S. in 2006. It provides details of how edublogs work. Some ways edublogs can support instruction are stated. In addition, the benefits of edublogs to students, teachers, and parents are given in this article. Teachers can post tips and explanations to help reduce confusion.


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