Blogging can benefit students -- even those in kindergarten

04/2/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Sharon E. Davison, a kindergarten teacher at Allen Brook School in Williston, Vt., has been using blogging to teach her students for about four years. The effects have been overwhelmingly positive, Davison writes in this blog post, helping students build relationships, receive feedback and learn about digital citizenship. Davison writes that her students also are eager to share their blogs, helping them learn how to write for an audience and develop their self-esteem.

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