Blogging allows students to reflect on math lessons

01/13/2013 | Edudemic

Microblogging websites such as Twitter and Today's Meet are helping some teachers take classroom learning to the next level, writes ninth-grade math teacher Felecia Young. For example, Young writes that she uses these sites for warm-up exercises and team-based work. Most recently, she introduced her students to Kid Blogs, a blogging site where they create digital journals about their understanding of math concepts.

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