What Did You Do in School?
For those who come looking for a short, thoughtful read, a blogging life discussion, or a way to gradually ease back into the week. I offer this bloggy life question. . . .
You’ve invested a lot to send your child to an exclusive, private school. It has the latest facilities and teachers with Masters Degrees in all areas — literacy, art, science, music, math, social sciences, psychology, and tech. Your child, in turn, had to pass several exams to be accepted as a student there.
When you sat down this weekend to go over the school rules and permissions, one notice caught your attention.
It said, “This year, as part of their writing requirements, every student age 6 to 13 will have a weblog. The weblogs will be online at the school’s server. The weblogs will be private to the Internet, but searchable within the school’s online neighborhood. We’re quite excited about this opportunity for our students to enter the 21st century as content producers. In this way, students will understand the connectivity of the modern-day Internet and it’s place in innovation for the future.”
How do you respond?
–ME “Liz” Strauss
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