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Shool Site of the Month

Anne Davis of Georgia State University is working with staff and students at J.H. House Elementary School in Conyers, Ga. to explore the use of Web logs as teaching and communication tools. This current project, the Write Weblog, features individual blogs written by students, teachers, the school counselor, even the
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Anne Davis of Georgia State University is working with staff and students at J.H. House Elementary School in Conyers, Ga. to explore the use of Web logs as teaching and communication tools. This current project, the Write Weblog, features individual blogs written by students, teachers, the school counselor, even the principal! All the participants comment on each other's posts-an excellent example of how members of a school community can share ideas electronically.

Susan Brooks-Young

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