Home > Best newcomer (2004) Best newcomer (2004) -by- James Farmer last updated - Nov 21, 2012 17 Comments: jump to comments Follow Edublogs Facebook Twitter YouTube Flipboard Nominate your choice for best newcomer. 17 Comments Albert Ip, Random Walk in eLearning http://elearningrandomwalk.blogspot.com/ Josie Fraser / Nov 23, 2004 / Michael Feldstein, e-Literate http://mfeldstein.com/ Scott Leslie / Nov 23, 2004 / Although the Teaching and Developing Online Blog started in August of 2003 it considers itself to be a new comer to the blogging scene. Darren Cannell / Nov 24, 2004 / From, Granada, Spain. We used ours weblog to write and to count on our life in the school. Also to know to us on our exams, homework and school-projects. Sorry about our poor english, but we are students and Spanish. You can visit our blog in: http://2dmanjon.blogia.com 2dmanjon / Nov 24, 2004 / Hipteacher http://hipteacher.typepad.com/schoolblog/ James Farmer / Nov 25, 2004 / Started this blog to detail my own experiences as an ESL teacher living in Suzhou, China. I now have students blogging at http://y5r.motime.com Jason In Suzhou / Nov 26, 2004 / Chasing the Dragon’s Tale is a new discovery for me, I think his oldest post is sometome back in March 2004. I have found Paul’s insight into the Digital Divide and what that means to education to be insightful and a good resource for related research. Wes Acklen / Nov 26, 2004 / Josie Fraser’s Adventures in Information Learning Technology http://fraser.typepad.com/edtechuk/ Lee Hall / Nov 26, 2004 / Kirsty Sharp’s collection of writing and resources during her year as an Australian Flexible Learning Leader. Robin / Nov 28, 2004 / Thanks for the nomination Lee! I’d also like to nominate Scott Aldred’s e-learning, another great 2004 addition to the community: http://e-learning-engagement.blogspot.com/ Josie Fraser / Nov 29, 2004 / Projectories. Francis Lee / Nov 29, 2004 / http://wjreagin.motime.com My Blogging Experiment; Where China, ESL Teaching and Technology come together… Jason In Suzhou / Nov 30, 2004 / Again, Josie Fraser’s Adventures in Information Learning Technology! http://fraser.typepad.com/edtechuk/ Theresa / Dec 1, 2004 / Learning Curves! Florine / Dec 1, 2004 / Weblog Ciencias de la Información started on 1st Juny 2004, it's a new concept of blog, in cciiblog we write about de communication sector, since a universitary vision. We are doing interviews, debates, analysis and bibliography suggestions. The blog is in Spanish language. Alehop! / Dec 2, 2004 / teach2edify.blogspot.com is the instructor’s blog in a class of 40 bloggers. All of the students are preservice teachers, and the instructor’s blog synthesizes class discussions as well as presents research and ideas related to educational technologies and technology integration issues Anonymous / Dec 3, 2004 / Pingback: Res cogitandas » Blog Archive » Les gagnants 2005 d’Edublog Comments are closed.