M1 Learning Log 4 – You changed my mind.

June 14, 2011 at 7:41 pm Leave a comment

Ok, I’ll admit it.  I’m kinda diggin’ this blog stuff now.  I definitely signed into this class with the annoyed groan at the thought of having to create and use a blog, “I don’t care about what strangers have to say, and no one cares what I have to say.”  The last part may still be true, but when it comes to hobbies or things I’m interested in learning about….I can see the benefits of blogs.   It’s a whole new world and it will take time really getting use to the format, maybe exploring various blog software for ease of use, etc. but now I’m definitely intrigued to see how I could use them as continue my internships and even more so in my student teaching since I’ll be able to start with them at the beginning of the school year.  No need to over think how copyright and fair use come into play here…my eyes are already buggy and my brain fired.

I’m very interested to see what the remaining modules of this class brings…….and now I know NOT to wait til the last-minute 🙂

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