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  • 1.  
  • 2. Menu
    • Article One
      • Summary One , Summary Two , My Thoughts
    • Article Two
      • Summary One , Summary Two , My Thoughts
    • Article Three
      • Summary One , Summary Two , My Thoughts
    • Conclusion
  • 3. Article One Summary In the Classroom, Web Logs Are the New Bulletin Boards Selingo, Jeffrey. (2004). In the Classroom, Web Logs Are the New Bulletin Boards. New york times. Retrieved (2009, December 14) from http://www.nytimes.com/2004/08/19/technology/circuits/19blog.html
  • 4. Summary One Continued In the Classroom, Web Logs Are the New Bulletin Boards
  • 5. My Thoughts-Article One In the Classroom, Web Logs Are the New Bulletin Boards
  • 6. Article Two Summary Classroom Blogging: Two Fundamental Approaches Campbell, Aaron. (2005). Classroom Blogging: Two Fundamental ADpproaches. Dekita. Retrieved (2009, December 14) from http://dekita.org/articles/classroom-blogging-two-fundamental-approaches
  • 7. Summary Two Continued Classroom Blogging: Two Fundamental Approaches
  • 8. My Thoughts-Article Two Classroom Blogging: Two Fundamental Approaches
  • 9. Article Three Summary Blogging Techniques for the K12 Classroom McDowell, D. (2004). Blogging in the K12 classroom. In  B. Hoffman (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Technology. Retrieved December 13, 2009, from http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet/articles/bloggingtech/start.htm
  • 10. Summary Three Continued Blogging Techniques for the K12 Classroom
  • 11. My Thoughts-Article Three Blogging Techniques for the K12 Classroom
  • 12. Conclusion