Well, I like the subject for today's post, list posts. Recently I have written several posts which are basically lists:
What's My Line? Er....PLN Is a collection of the Edubloggers whom I read on a regular basis, and why. One of the reasons that we are all taking this mini-course is to try to improve upon what we are blogging about, right? What better way to learn than seeing what other successful Edubloggers are writing about.
A Collection of ISTE 2010 Reflections I attended ISTE 2010 in Denver, Colorado during the last week in June and was able to reconnect and have some face-to-face time with some new friends and old.
Day 2 Assignment: Reflection Question
You can respond to the question in the comments section below, on your own blog, or in both places. Responding to the question is optional — it is provided only for generating more thought about your blogging.
What kinds of lists might be appropriate and relevant to your blog’s audience?
I think that you can make a list post out of almost anything that you can think of. List of your favorite lesson plans, websites that you would like for students to focus on for their research are good ways of using lists. There are probably as many possibilities are there are lists!