Maine teacher, Angela Roy, is taking some type of course on new technologies. In her blog, which was evidently established for the class, she writes, “I would like to become familiar with (new) technology tools I can use in my classes to begin the process of implementing new technology tools into a course.” She has read and written about Cool Cat Teacher (fellow southerner, Vicki Davis) and my blog, 2Â¢ Worth (and she cleverly figured out how to include the cents symbol).
In describing my blog, she writes…
After reading some of the blogs and clicking around on the blog 2Â¢ Worth what I have come to realize is that these blogs not only have great information in them but they also have links to other great blogs with great information. (Blog writers) tend to be connected with other (blog writers) so I found myself reading blogs that (they) read – what a wealth of information!!!
Angela has captured so much of what blogging is about. We blog to learn. We blog to form and to become a part of online communities, social networks, from which we can learn buy sharing, adding, adapting, and building knowledge that helps us do our jobs in a rapidly changing world.
Great luck to Angela Roy!