Educator offers tips for using student blogs to teach writing

Having students write blogs helps them not only to develop their writing skills but also to think about what they are writing, because their work will be viewed by someone other than their teacher, instructional coach Ben Curran writes in this blog post. "When they know that their families, their classmates, and people from around the world can read what they write, the impact is measurable," Curran writes. He suggests tips to make the project successful, plus links to other blogs.

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