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For this issue’s “New Web Tools and Technology” theme, the authors thought it appropriate to showcase one innovative web project in depth. Ben Wildeboer, a science teacher in Connecticut, agreed to talk with them about student blogging and his Project Climate.
A selection from The Science Teacher—October 2010
This article is an interview with Ben Wildeboer, a science teacher in Connecticut, who talks about student blogging and his Project Climate which is posted on Edublogs. He is asked questions about his project and his answers are recorded. The blog is called “We Are Scientists”. Reading this article gives the reader insight as to what it is and why he chose to do it. He also describes the value of this kind of activity for his students. This is pretty interesting to read.
Adah (San Antonio, TX)
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