Get your students talking through blogs! Pose questions that will make your students think critically and creatively. Ask students to post their claims and reasoning from a lab activity or word problem. Blogs take a journal or notebook response to a much larger audience. Other students can add comments and expand the learning on a much deeper level.
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About the Author: Alexandra D. Owens
Alexandra Owens is a STEM Education consultant based in Charleston, SC. She taught middle school science for many years and is now completing her doctorate in STEM Education at Texas Tech University.
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