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Introduction to Blogging in your Classroom
Transcript of Introduction to Blogging in your Classroom
Blogging - Why?
Promote development of
children as writers
to medium, all devices
mode of expression
Supports tasks that are
): creative, communicative, collaborative, & using a critical stance, using good citizenship and character attributes
Blogging - How?
– What is a Blog? - http://www.brainpop.com/english/writing/blogs/
Student Blogging Resources to Get You Started
More ideas for starting a blog
- http://educational-blogging.wikispaces.com/Home Blogging with your students Guide - http://www.scribd.com/doc/58478853/Blogging-Guide-Blogging-with-your-Students
Getting kids to comment on blogs
Blogging student challenges (read the about for intro)
Langwitches - Blogging related posts:
- Kathy Cassidy's professional blog - http://kathycassidy.com/
Be a teacher blogger:
choose a topic and start blogging
other blogs, explore, participate
Blogging is writing:
writing should be purposeful, reflexive, and authentic
Co-create criteria with students:
What makes a great blog post? What makes a great comment?
Make time, integrate, get used to it, have a purpose
Stay in tune with students:
How is the writing going? Suggestions? Improvements? Feedback? New ideas?
Office 365 MyClass Site (within Peel DSB only)