"A few years ago, when I first started to introduce my students to the idea of “blogging,” I was met with a little resistance. Students were wary of the unknowns – what to expect, who would be reading their posts, and what types of posts they would be writing. “Why can’t we just write on paper?”, they would ask. Needless to say, it took some convincing to get students fully onboard with the idea of writing online. I reassured my students that the purpose of blogging was for them to have a virtual space to express their ideas and potentially make connections with another student who shared their same passion(s)..." Read more.
By: Rachelle Dene Poth
Published: February 15, 2018