Tool #2 Response Post
I visited 5 of the science and history blogs and found lots of resources. For example, I found a neat virtual trips link on one of the blogs. Some of the blogs have a lot of traffic while others don't. Some bloggers have not posted in many weeks, and others post much more regularly.
I enjoyed a discussion about the politics of education and I even contributed my opinions, though somewhat hesitantly. Quite honestly, I prefer face to face conversations and posting things that I know others will read isn't necessarily my favorite thing to do. Being anonymous certainly lets people go of their inhibitions.
I plan on visiting this blog regularly because it has lots of useful ideas for teachers of science.