This article came to me through my feedly account. Lyn Hilt writes a blog called Learning in Technicolor. In this article she explores a district’s decision to move towards more digital communication. She takes different perspectives into mid as she writes letters to a superintendent, principal, teacher and parent voicing her questions.
She hits on several important issues such as equal access to information, crisis communication, school and classroom websites, and learning communities.
After reading this article, I looked at my own classroom blog. Which to be honest, I’ve been neglecting the past couple of weeks as school winds down. I think I definitely have a lot of positives but can also see room to grow. I’m excited to incorporate more things into my blog that will extend the learning community that exists in my classroom.