Similar to YouTube, the popular Internet video-sharing Web site, L3RN (pronounced simply "learn") is touted as a tool for professional development of teachers, allowing teachers in different schools to discuss ideas and upload lesson plans and other information.Should be fun to manage, as well. Ambitious. Let's hope it works.
But for students, it means they can comment on their peers' work and also show off their projects to their parents. According to Hale's Advanced Placement students, it also has proved to be a lot of fun....
This fall, the district plans to add to L3RN by introducing another online system called Medley, a social-networking site comparable to MySpace.
Medley will allow students to have personal home pages. They can create online journals and send messages to their friends and teachers.
Monday, July 30, 2007
Seattle likes to L3RN
They never use the word "blogging" to describe their activity, but it fits: