See One. Do One

(cross-posted on edjewcation in the classroom)

I’m spending the morning learning about edublogs, meeting some wonderful educators and student blog samples and being encourage (and supported) to launch our own.

In the field of medicine the philosophy of See One, Do One, Teach One guides the learning.   It feels like an appropriate framework for blogging in the classroom, too.  

Encouraging students to blog is a powerful layer of learning as it calls on the skills of reflection, organized thinking, assimilation, vocabulary, writing, and so many other necessary skills needed for today’s learners (think Bloom’s Taxonomy and beyond). How much more so that educators feel comfortable blogging!

See One, Do One and if you’re ready for the next challenge – Teach One!

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