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Margaret Moore-Taylor

Online safety & civility | SafeKids.com - 4 views

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    A blog that is focused on giving information regarding online safety and civility. Many good resources on this blog.
Anne Bubnic

Rubric for Blogging - 1 views

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    Teacher notes that the specific criteria and descriptions listed on the rubric have been effective at helping students to improve the posts they have been writing. A google docs version is located here: http://bit.ly/ckQOeR
Anne Bubnic

So Sayeth Thy Blog: Lesson Plan - 0 views

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    Curriculum-based lesson plan on blogging with activities and assessment.
    Part of the EasyTech Curriculum from http://www.learning.com/easytech/index.htm
Anne Bubnic

Using Edmodo in the Classroom: Five Days Later - 1 views

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    Edmodo is a private microblogging platform that teachers and students can use to send notes, links, files, alerts, assignments, and events to each other. This site provides some guidelines for using edmodo in the classroom.
Anne Bubnic

Blogging Comments That Count - 1 views

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    Six tips for providing feedback and becoming a top commenter.
Anne Bubnic

Rubric for Student Blogs: Basis for Scoring - 2 views

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    Are you thinking of starting student blogs? Here is a great rubric that can be used to guide and assess student writing.
Anne Bubnic

Seven Rules for Blog Comments - 1 views

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    As students in Reading Workshop begin to build their blogs, post by post, the need for some structure in commenting is evident. Hopefully these guidelines will help students engage in meaningful dialogue, comment by comment. Here are seven rules for blog comments.
Anne Bubnic

Challenge Yourself to Blog [Mar 2010] - 0 views

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    Because many students had already taken part in the blogging challenge, it was decided in September 2009 to extend to two challenges - one for better bloggers and another for better commenters. Over 600 individual students and 80 classes totalling a possible 3000 students registered this time. Again we had participation from 15 countries of the world, some bloggers were only just starting, others had their blogs for over a year.\nIt is now 2010 and the student blogging challenge has its own blog. You can register here for the 2010 challenge: http://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/about/march-2010-register-here/
Anne Bubnic

Rules for Student Blogging [pdf] - 2 views

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    Blogging rules for students and teachers, as created by Hillsdale Public Schools.
Anne Bubnic

Inappropriate Comments = Teachable Moment - 2 views

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    An inappropriate comment has arrived on a student site. What do you do? How do you turn this into a teachable moment?
Anne Bubnic

Student Blogging: The Artful Comment - 0 views

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    The scribes in my classes continue to do outstanding work. I'm continually impressed by the depth and quality of the student's scribe posts. They work so hard on their scribes. Why do they do that? Most high school students look for the easy way out; "How can I get by with the minimum amount of effort on my part?"
Anne Bubnic

Blog2Learn / Comment Starters for Students - 0 views

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    One technique I used to push the learning connections and stretch students to higher levels of thinking is suggesting the use of comment starters to students. I encourage them to use these and encourage them to add to the list. These help students compose responses to posts at higher levels than just "I liked what you said" type of replies. It is a starting point.
Anne Bubnic

Studies Explore Whether the Internet Makes Students Better Writers - 0 views

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    The rise of online media has helped raise a new generation of college students who write far more, and in more-diverse forms, than their predecessors did. But the implications of the shift are hotly debated, both for the future of students' writing and for the college curriculum.
Anne Bubnic

Managing Students on Blogs…What Role Do You Assign Students? - 0 views

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    "Managing Students on Blogs…What Role Do You Assign Students?"
Anne Bubnic

How To Moderate All Comments and Posts On Student Blogs - 0 views

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    More advice from Sue Waters on how to moderate comments and posts using GMail.
Anne Bubnic

Managing Comments and Posts On Student Blogs - 2 views

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    Tips For Better Blogging, Using Blogs With Students, Working With Web 2.0 Tools - Sue Waters (April 09). Sue describes a process for monitoring student blogs using Google Reader.
Anne Bubnic

What's "Print?" - 3 views

  • So might I humbly suggest a small change to any assignment that requires students to provide a “print” resource?  Ask them for a primary source instead.
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    In his blog, Bud The Teacher looks at "print resource" and what it means in this digital age. Has it become a meaningless term?
Anne Bubnic

The Carnegie Cyber Academy - 2 views

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    The Carnegie Cyber Academy is a cybersecurity program of instruction developed at Carnegie Mellon University for classrooms, community centers and home schoolers. Students enter a cyber academy and take on three missions that teach them safe computer practices. Learning objectives and outcomes correspond to ISTE NETS. The group has a FACEBOOK page that links you to daily updates, blogs and activities. See: http://bit.ly/18iDle
Anne Bubnic

Blogging Safety Tips [Video] - 0 views

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    A film made by 4th graders on blogging safety
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    A film made by 4th graders on blogging safety.
Anne Bubnic

What Does Internet Blocking Suggest to Students? - 0 views

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    This morning, a student sent me a link to an article describing the Internet crackdown occurring as official China has 'prepared' for the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. "Looks like schools aren't the only place Facebook is blocked," read the text across my inbox.
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