Friday, July 29, 2011
Question: What are the values of learning logs?
Answer: “Logs were perceived by students and faculty as contributing to learning by preserving information, generating discussion, stimulating subsequent writing, and developing cognitive skills.” RL Chamberlin. 1988. P. 427.
Comment: In learning logs, students respond in writing to what they are learning, including questions about what they have not understood. RayS.
Title: “Annotated Bibliography of Research in the Teaching of English.” Russel K Durst and James D Marshall, eds. Research in the Teaching of English (December 1989), 424-442.