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Friday, December 16, 2005 

Learning Communities

As a teacher I have wondered how the blog could be used to the best of its abilities to create and foster a strong learning environment especially as a middle years math community. I am still a little overwhelmed with all the technology and how to use it. I am also wondering in which way it could be used by a classroom teacher that potentially could have over 100 students responding to a prompt. How to manage?

I strongly believe that writing is an important part of any learning and that communication between students and teachers is vital to learning. However when faced with the numbers of possible responses and the time it takes to read I don't know that it would be a feasible task. How would you handle this scenario?

I am wondering if you could put up a problem of the week on a blog and have individuals provide a solution.

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