Why my blog is unique
Do you remember what you did on the first day of school? I don’t but I do know all the work I have done since Year 5 because I have a blog that has everything that I have done for the past four years. A blog is a personal website which I can update each week with the work I do. It is like a timeline that holds information that I can share with a global audience.
My blog allows me to show the work I have done individually or collaboratively. I can be anywhere in the world and I can still post things on my blog, no matter what time it is. I am able to modify and change things on my blog, for example: change the background to the colour I like, or write a small introduction about myself.
You can also access other people's blogs and leave your digital footprint by making a comment on something they have posted. When you leave a comment, you are giving feedback and feedforward, to help them take their learning to the next level.
Having my own blog allows me to keep a record of my learning. It’s like my own personal timeline that holds special memories of my past and present work. The work I blog is like a stage performance.The first scene is when I start my work, then comes the intermission where I complete my work. To finish the performance I publish it on to my blog, and wait for the feedback from my global audience.
There are many blogs around the world, each one different and unique. Having a blog, is a great privilege, so remember, if you have one continue posting things on it, and if you don’t, think about creating one.