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Name: Wonjin Kim

Directions: Using the template below, describe how students could use a blog, wiki, or other website-
creation tool to learn required learning standards in your content area: For an A grade provide an idea that
reaches a Level of Technology Implementation of 4 or above. Remember higher levels (4-6) require that
students assume adult/professional roles; engage in higher-order thinking; and use technology
create/publish original content for their classmates and/or others beyond their school/classroom. The
learning activities and products should be engaging and meaningful to the students and to others who will
view/use/benefit from students’ work. Review your handouts on Engaged Learning, Authenticity, and LoTi.
Grade Level: 9th ,10th
Content Area: Algebra
Technology Used (check all that apply):
Blog Wiki Other Website Creation Tool (list):
Content Area/Grade/Standards/Topics Addressed: All 9th grade Math Standard.
Brief Description of Learning Experience:

The blog project will take about a year to prepare the final test for Algebra. Because the blog project takes
one year, all of the Algebra learning standards will be addressed. All of the students have to create their
blog so they can participate in the blog project. For student security, they have to use a nickname on the
blog instead of using real names.

Students have to create their study guide for quiz and test with the materials what the teacher already
uploaded for students. Furthermore, they have to post the assignment that the teacher gave. As they upload
their study work on their blog, the other students can see it. Also, they can write a comment on the blog if
there is a mistake or something wrong. Also, the teacher will write a comment to the student to give
feedback. The teacher will check and grade all of the student’s blogs every end of each unit.
Bloom’s Level of Critical Thinking Required (check all that apply):
See http://epltt.coe.uga.edu/index.php?title=Bloom%27s_Taxonomy
Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating

Student Engagement/Level of Technology Implementation (LoTi): What LoTi would this lesson be and
Level 5: Expansion

Through the blog project, students can apply what they learn in the class in their own blog. On their blog,
the student has to upload their own study guide for unit test and quiz. Also, students can visit other
student’s blogs and see their work. They can communicate through writing comments. To do the blog
project, the student can use a laptop, smartphone, and tablet. Furthermore, students can do the blog project
outside the classroom.

Importance of technology:
This project can be completed using a note book or activity paper. However, sharing each student’s work
will be hard. To share each of the student’s notebook, they have to post on the board. But, the size of the
board is limited so only a few students can post their work. And since there is no space for comments,
communicate between students is difficult. Also, some student may lose their work. So, this project has to
be completed using the blog. To participate in the blog project, the student has to use laptop, smartphone,
and tablet.
Inspiration (optional):

Internet Safety and Student Privacy:

Before starting the blog project, I will send a blog form to the student’s parents or guardian to ask
permission creating and using a blog for a class project. If there is a parent who does not let their child
create a blog, they have to do a blog project using a notebook. For student privacy, all of the students have
to use a nickname instead of using their real names.
Describe your personal learning goal for this activity.
I did not use the blog for educational purposes before because I did not think using a blog also can be
helpful to the student for improving math skills. I wish the blog project will help students to understand
what they summarize each of the units as they create their own study guide. Also, this blog project will be
helpful for students to learn Algebra outside the class. Furthermore, I hope students can communicate with
their classmates through writing feedback on other student’s blogs.
Other comments about your proposed activity: