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    Tracy Kaminer: http://tracykaminer.edublogs.org/
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    Like other Web 2.0 technologies, blogging connects people and ideas. There are, of course, blogs addressing pretty much every topic imaginable: Personal interests and family, education, politics, news, entertainment, arts, culture, sports, lifestyle, hobbies, social causes, technology, business, self-help, etc... BlogPulse is currently tracking over 147 million weblogs and counting. If you can think of it, someone's most certainly blogging about it.
    Blogging is more than writing. Blogging is reading, reflecting, questioning, researching, synthesizing, linking, conversing, teaching, sharing and expressing ideas. Blogging is about writing, but blogging begins with reading
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    Read at least five of the blog posts below. They are intended to give you just a tiny sampling of a few voices and blogging styles of teachers and students in the "edublogosphere," which is the category encompassing education-related bloggers and blogs. Take some time to read the comments as well, as commenting is one of the most significant aspects of blogging. Next week, you will set up your RSS reader and subscribe to a few blogs that spark your interest.
    As you read, consider the following questions (feel free to adapt and expand on any of these or add your own):
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    Duck with a Blog: Second graders Write About Our Missing Duck
    Award-winning elementary blog about an unexpected guest. Be sure to click the duck to read the students' stories.
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    David Donahue: http://Southie42.edublogs.org
    Beth Edwards: http://bethedwards.edublogs.org/
    Bob Fecas: http://fecasb.edublogs.org/
    Margrit Gillespie: http://tsp97.edublogs.org/
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    Susanne Greenwood: http://greenwoods.edublogs.org/
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    Gina Parnaby: http://shakespearessister.edublogs.org
    
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Sunday, October 23

  1. msg Thing 1 Assignment message posted Thing 1 Assignment You know, that life long learning thing is so embedded in me that I don't really stop to analyze it…
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    You know, that life long learning thing is so embedded in me that I don't really stop to analyze it. I'm too busy doing it. I spent all weekend hosting guests and coordinating a Korea conference for educators. The educators who came were fantastic. I talked to many of them. I asked why they had come. Some had many Korean students and wanted to learn more about Korea. Some hard virtually no Korean students. They came because they didn't know much about Korea and wanted to learn. They really spoke to my heart. I love people like that. They are so open. It was so much fun, and people stayed beyond the time that the workshop was supposed to end because they were still interested. So, no, I don't analyze the reasons why I'm a lifelong learner. I just know I am one.
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