Tell Me What You Want (What You Really Really Want)

  1. I would like to learn how to successfully use a blog in my classroom. What we expect our students to be able to have access to and how much they should use the internet in their daily assignments.
  2. I will be teaching math and physics to much of what I look up is very black and white but I would like to understand what is credible and what is not on the internet.
  3. I would also like to understand how we can use the internet in a positive way and be able to share it with my students. The social aspects is changing the way we interact with each other and I can not imagine being a teenager with all the social media influences these days. I guess I would like to understand how I can help and encourage students to use the internet safety.


  1. Chris Lott said:

    The world of blogging in the K-12 classroom is very different from higher ed (obviously :). Would you be interested in connecting with some other K-12 educators who have embarked on that journey? If so, I will connect you. I may also, as I did last summer, see if I can entice one of them into being a guest in the class!

    #2 and #3 we will definitely get into.

    While math and physics are pretty black and white in many ways, numeracy and statistical literacy, in particular, seem to be real issues that are feeding into the fake news debates, polarization, etc. Math and science in the debates about climate, statistics and economics in the debates about the economy, statistics and science in the debates about vaccines…I’m sure you know!

    June 4, 2019
    • admin said:

      Connecting with an educator or at least checking out a site would be great! I am interested to see how it is done and being implemented.
      Yes the dreaded vaccines debates I am still amazed with how many parents still don’t know or believe the truth.

      June 13, 2019

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