The first thing I noticed when reading blogs was the casual and relaxed style of the writing. That’s not to say that I found a lot of grammatical or spelling errors because I did not. As I read the blogs, the writing style seemed similar to that of an email or to that of a casual conversation with a friend or family member. I’m sure not all blogs are written that way, but I can see why students may be more prone to express themselves in a blog rather than in an essay. I see so many possibilities for students to read and comment on other students’ blogs and extend and refine their own learning in a fun and engaging way. Hopefully, teachers are learning more about these technologies and are allowing their students to use these technologies to demonstrate their understanding of the various concepts and content being taught in the classroom. Blogging is a great way to facilitate learning in the classroom. It allows students the opportunity to create their own leaning opportunities and not just participate in it.