If you really think about it, your blogs are changing the world! It is your work that not only gets laptops in the classroom, but influences other teachers/schools/states to allow students the freedom to publish their knowledge to the world. Below is a quick outline of what you should do today and tomorrow.
1. Read some other blogs
-Your blog buddy
-Someone else in the room
2. TALK with another student in the room..or use Skype and talk to a BMS student
-Discuss your blog and the blogs you have visited
-Allow critical feedback: collaborate and talk about ways to improve your blog
3. What do you want your blog to say about you?
-Does your writing reflect your knowledge/ability/creativity
-Is there a better way to organize/design/structure your information
4. Look at the rubric
-On the webquest page right below the questions & answers word document download
-Must have 1 blog entry for every Quest
-Must use images in every blog post
-Must include the questions and answers from the webquest...First
-The blog entry is where you take what you have learned and apply it to your historical person's life. Synthesize the information from the questions, Be empathetic learners.
5. Make changes
-Everyone is allowed to make mistakes
-Learn through trial & error