Time to do a new roundup of who’s doing what edu-weblog-wise: (aside from the usual suspects)
Lloyd’s Tech in Classroom pages with lots of student weblog links. Some of his kids even continued writing (links at bottom).
Found this workshop: “Weblogs for the Composition Classroom” Christopher Porter, U of North Carolina, Greensboro…someone else to contact?
Blogging from the Bario looks like another educator (Albert DelGado) getting into weblogs.
Jennifer Bay might also be someone to get into the loop.
Dan Mitchell at DeAnza College is another.
And how about this great post: Weblogging for schools? What a concept!!! Duncan Smeed in the UK!
Todd Grundy from right across the river at Bucks County CC looks like he’s been doing some thinking on weblogs as well.
David Carter-Tod at seriousinstructionaltechnology is a valuable resource for weblogs in the classroom.
Jim Stegman at the Finneytown School District looks like he’s trying to get some teachers involved. But seems like a lot of starts and stops (which is pretty prevalent when looking at teacher weblogs…need to think about why that is aside from the time issue.)
Perhaps Dale Pike of UNC-Charlotte has some ideas to offer.
Pamela Wilkins at the South Seattle Community College Teaching and Learning Center has some input that might be worth following up on.
John Robb has some interesting ideas on the uses of weblogs as a K-managment tool in schools. I’m really liking the idea of kids creating and keeping through school.
Jason Nolan ad Edublog obviously has gotten some wheels turning, but I can’t tell exactly how far he’s gotten. Still, seems like a good resource.
Maybe there’s a bit more happening than when I started this. Wouldn’t it be cool to get us all together in a virtual space and see what happens? Terry wants to get the conversation going at my other site and I’m thinking once we do that, maybe we should start inviting some of these guests?
Gone to Colorado for the weekend, back on Monday. Thanks again, Terry and Pat for the kick in the pants.