BLOG IN THE CLASSROOM
the blogging in the classroom are a tool that we use to express knowledge
about various items, one blogging these can add videos, pictures, information
can increase our knowledge and give them to meet different friends, people who
have added to our website and also items that add the public placed so that all
people have access.
The latest generation of students, being comfortable digital natives, by and
large, are well-positioned to reap numerous rewards from blogging-related
activities in the classroom. Perhaps, before any classroom blogs are operational,
students will already be familiar with the blogging world. Perhaps they are
readers, and have lists of their favorite blogs saved on computers at home. The
chances of this are good, but even if the students are total newcomers, one
advantage of blogging becomes clear from the very beginning. There is
essentially no learning curve.
In the blog we can express great creativity to create, to dazzle the
expectations of the people who see our website, but we have to be careful that
we are building and we are talking about, we can talk about something that does
not contain another topic, has some similarities exist, to express our article
Blogging—which first started to take off in the latter half of the 1990s—
was initially used to provide a unique way for people to share their thoughts,
feelings, experiences, and opinions.