Before and After
The Difference blogging has made to my life at school… Is amazing. I can’t even explain how much more interesting it is to blog than to do normal work. Blogging also pushes me to do better, quality work because I know that many people read my posts, or at least I hope so
Also, instead of just meeting the people in my classroom during school hours I also meet kids from all over the world (just look at my clustr map). Actually, one of my goals in blogging is to connect with a wide variety of kids. The reason is I am interested in their cultures and how school is in different places.
As well as meeting new people blogging has also changed my attitude towards learning. What I mean is last year if I was given an assignment to write on paper and hand in to my teacher, my thoughts would be… oh, what a drag. But if I am given a blogging assignment to show everyone who visits my blog, my thoughts would be great, now I can share my learning with others.
Not only has blogging changed my life at school but it has also changed my life in general, for example- before I started blogging if I got back from a vacation I definitely would not have written about it. Now if I come back from a vacation I find it necessary to write a post about it. When I first ask myself why?… my answer is because I have to. When I think again I realize it is because I have readers now and I have to keep them interested. Also because I love blogging.
The reason I wrote this post is because of a post Sue Waters wrote on her blog. Check it out by clicking here.