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Blogging

blogs for teachers
by

Mark Jenkins

on 14 June 2010

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Transcript of Blogging

http://www.freetech4teachers.com/ http://blog.kathyschrock.net/ http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/ http://edublogawards.com/2009/best-individual-edublog-2009/ http://www.macmillandictionaryblog.com/ http://www.sccenglish.ie/ http://www.billingsmiddleschool.org/beta/ class blogs group blogs individual blogs http://yollisclassblog.blogspot.com/ http://fuffupapachon.blogspot.com/ http://moo4you.blogspot.com/ http://edublogawards.com/2009/best-student-edublog-2009/ http://www.anseo.net/?p=1824 http://twowritingteachers.wordpress.com/ http://coolcatteacher.blogspot.com/ http://inclusive.ning.com/ http://thefischbowl.blogspot.com/ Student blogs various http://murcha.wordpress.com/2008/03/14/20-reasons-why-students-should-blog/ http://teachpaperless.blogspot.com/2009/09/why-teachers-should-blog.html Reasons to blog Reflection on learning by learners
Summary of learning by tutor
Extension activities and further links
Easy to update
Easy to share
Tags - empower learners to explore
A timeline of learning
"Authentic" learning activies
Sharing resources and ideas
Reflecting on your own learning as a teacher
You can get feedback and ask questions - especially on twitter
Example blogs Where to blog On moodle
Easy to get started
Part of existing platform
Limited functionality Elsewhere
lots of free blogs available
greater functionality than moodle
can still be linked into moodle
update one blog for all courses
can be disposable - create multiple blogs How to update On the web
Via email
Desktop application
Mobile application Options http://www.wordpress.com
http://www.blogger.com
http://www.typepad.com
http://www.posterous.com
Blogger being added to
Priestleylapps??
BLOGS http://bit.ly/14junblog
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