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This lesson idea encourages {{tag|collaboration}} between teachers in order to develop and {{tag|share practice}} across a school. Blogs provide excellent opportunities for children and adults to share ideas and work together. They encourage and enable {{tag|dialogue}} between a writer - or group of writers - and an audience, allowing for quick and easy feedback. They enable {{tag|questions}} to be asked and answered quickly. This example shows a blog being used to encourage {{tag|discussion]] to enable {{tag|curriculum planning}} and {{tag|curriculum development}}.
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This lesson idea encourages {{teachtag|collaboration}} between teachers in order to develop and {{tag|sharing practise|share practice}} across a school. Blogs provide excellent opportunities for children and adults to share ideas and work together. They encourage and enable {{teachtag|dialogue}} between a writer - or group of writers - and an audience, allowing for quick and easy feedback. They enable {{teachtag|questioning|questions}} to be asked and answered quickly. This example shows a blog being used to encourage {{teachtag|discussion}} to enable {{topictag|curriculum planning}} and {{topictag|curriculum development}}.

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This lesson idea encourages collaboration(ta) between teachers in order to develop and share practice(i) across a school. Blogs provide excellent opportunities for children and adults to share ideas and work together. They encourage and enable dialogue(ta) between a writer - or group of writers - and an audience, allowing for quick and easy feedback. They enable questions(ta) to be asked and answered quickly. This example shows a blog being used to encourage discussion(ta) to enable curriculum planning(topic) and curriculum development(topic).