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Blogging in the Classroom

Page history last edited by Summercore 12 years ago

Some ideas for using blogs:

1. Use blogs to archive student writing in any subject

2. Use the comment feature to provide writing analysis and feedback from both teachers and students.

3. Use the comment feature to allow students to comment on class discussions or a posted question.

4. Allow students to create their own blog in the voice of a character from a  novel.

5. Use blogs to post assignments and class content.

6. Use blogs as reading journals.

7. Post math problems and use the comment feature for students to post their solutions.

8. Require all teachers to document their technology growth and projects on a blog. 

9. Class Newsletter with an RSS link so parents can subscribe

10. Student Team Blogs: students collaborate on a project, each with a different role. The collaboration can be within a class, a grade, a school, a country, a world

11. Blogging Buddies instead of penpals

12. Current Events Study with posts and comments

13. Journal of a class trip

14. Check out a few links from Summercore's Delicious page. Here is a selected list of good teacher blogs and here is a more exhaustive listing of blogs about technology and education.

15. Check out video tutorials on How to Edublog

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