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Introduction to the features of KidBlog.org for use in classroom.

Kristen Paino

on 21 May 2011

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Transcript of KidBlog

Looking for a way to move
your instruction into the
21st Century? Looking for an online forum
that is both simple and safe
for children? Well, look no further: KidBlog's design is
clean, clear and simple Here are some of the great features of
KidBlog: Students will not
be exposed to
advertisements KidBlog's environment
is safe:
Password protected

Student email addresses NOT required

Lots of control for the teacher... While logged in as a student
only two tabs appear in the
Control Panel But while logged in as a teacher
six tabs appear Let's take a quick look at some of them The Dashboard shows you recent blog activity and whether any posts are awaiting approval The Users tab allows you
to do several things Create and manage classes Check the number of
posts and comments from
each student And select a user's role:
Guest Permissions for roles
are controlled in the
Settings tab Here, the teacher can
also control privacy
settings for posts
and comments Students can comment on blogs... The possibilities are
endless . . . Or they can start their own blogs... KidBlog http://kidblog.org
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