Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Comments for Kids #4

I commented on each of these children's blogs. Below is a summary of the children

I commented on Hannah's blog named Hannah's Hacienda. The blog post I commented on revolves around the Persian/Iranian holiday of Seezdeh-Bedar. The holiday is a celebration of the 13th day of the Persian New Year. It is celebrated outdoors, sometimes in parks. The day is spent with family and friends.

Mrs. Yollis
Mrs. Yollis is not a child, but she teaches them. Her blog, "Mrs. Yollis' Classroom Blog" is a blog for her 3rd graders. Mrs. Yollis puts much emphasis in quality commenting, and rightfully so. It is good to learn the right way to do things, especially when you are young.

Declan's blog was empty when I came across, and Allie suggested that I leave him a comment anyway, and I did. I told him that I thought it was great that he had a blog and it would give him an advantage over the children unfamiliar with it. I also told him he had a significant age advantage on myself in terms of blogging since I have only been doing this since January.

Mr. McClung
Mr. McClung's blog, "Mr. Mcclung's World" is a blog of a teacher in Arkansas. He is also the cross country coach. I commented on his blog post "Tres Cosas Juevas". Although I'm am unsure what that means, the blog post was about collective bargaining rights for teachers in Wisconsin, and the controversy that goes along with it.

a cartoon where the person tell the computer that he needs to update his blog

1 comment:

  1. Goal oriented learning for kids is becoming more and more important nowadays. Especially when it targets kids with all the different learning styles and abilities. Examples can be found on I think teachers should have a methodology when teaching.