- Is audience important? - from Gordon Brune, fifth grade teacher/blogger. Super post encouraging readers to leave comments for his kids!
- Filtering, in Practice from Bud Hunt, HS teacher in CO, on MySpace, with nice framing of thoughts from Miguel Guhlin, Doug Johnson, Will Richardson.
- Frames and MySpace - Miguel Guhlin's response to MySpace, outlining two response types, archetypes
- MabryOnline.org: Teacher Blogs: Teacher Blogs - a middle school in Marietta, GA. Seems like every teacher has a blog. Don't be put off by the "updated" dates - these teachers are into it. Inspirational.
- Categorizing People: Technology Activism - KnowProSE.com - from Taran Rampersad. Good ideas, I like his writing - links to wiki stuff...
- Conn McQuinn - Educational Technology Support Center of the Puget Sound ESD, great views and reviews on what's happening out there - wish he had comments enabled. Got to write to him about that...
- volcanoes - by Bryson, fifth grader at my school. The comment by my student Logan made my week!
That's all I had this week/weekend. Very busy with other impending events, like The Earth Day Groceries Project - yikes! Hoping the new database for reports for 2006 is ready to go...
Oh, thanks for the "props," Mark, but nothing really earth shattering. I'm just wheeling a computer out into the main hall for the annual writing display and I'm hoping to get people's attention.
Although the question about audience is one of the big reasons I'm doing this. If comments from far away places (like Seattle) don't inspire someone to write better I don't know what (besides good instruction) will.
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