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Michele Brown

Nanoogo - Home of the Most Creative Kids on the Planet - 75 views

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    This site encourages children to be creative and share ideas. It's a cross between a blog and a digital canvas and formatting is really simple. Users just drag and drop the images and text however they wish. There is also a teacher sign up option, which lets you quickly add a whole class or school. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools
Jennie Snyder

CUE Blogging - Google Drive - 62 views

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    Blogging information and resources shared by Adam Welcome, principal at John Swett Elementary School.
Jennie Snyder

Digital Portfolios for Elementary Students - Google Drive - 105 views

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    Trevor Mattea's presentation from the North Bay Cue Marin conference. Really useful information on digital portfolios for elementary students.
Roland Gesthuizen

Why my six-year-olds blog (and why your students should, too) - 4 views

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    "The first blog entries posted by my grade one students are rarely readable. Like pre-writers everywhere, my students type random letters, their name, or text they can see on the walls of the room around them. Despite the fact that they cannot yet write anything that is readable to the general public, I have them post because I want them to begin to define themselves as writers. "
Martha Hickson

Free Technology for Teachers: A Complete Guide to Using Blogger In School - 81 Page Fre... - 10 views

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    A Complete Guide to Using Blogger In School covers everything from blogging terminology to blogging activities to the nuts and bolts of using Blogger. You'll learn where to find media to use in blog posts, how to use media in blog posts, and get ideas for media-based blog posts. You'll also learn how to set-up your blog for multiple authors and how to manage comments.
Don Doehla

BlogBooker - Blog Book - 59 views

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    Make a booklet from a blog
Serene Pleasant

Student Blogs: Digital Portfolios | Primary Tech - 76 views

    • Beverly Ozburn
       
      Student Blogging has become a wonderful way for students to write reflectively, add notes to remember later, or study for a test.
  • Students can build their blogging “skill set”.
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    Using blogs in classroom for literacy as well as digital fluency.
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    wonderufl primary staudent blogging site
Tracy Watanabe

Mrs. Yollis' Classroom Blog: Video: The Benefits of Blogging! - 68 views

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    Great blogging info from Mrs. Yollis' students! Benefits, tips, making quality comments, and resources.
Glenn Hervieux

Using Blogs to Help Students Develop Global Awareness - video - 82 views

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    Linda Yollis, an award-winning 3rd grade teacher, made this video with her students to share how they have used blogs to learn the importance of connecting online with others online, about Digital Footprints and Internet safety, and sharing their voice. I think you'll enjoy it and hopefully think about the ways you encourage students to make their writing/learning visible and connect with others, whether it be a blog or an interactive online discussion. 
BalancEd Tech

ClassBadges | Edublogs - 3 views

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    Gamifying blogging. Floats some students' boats. Extrinsic motivation, can it become internal? I think some of my kids a few years ago really got into the number of edits/editing status as top editor on the wiki, then moved on to just being productive for its own sake. BUT, I bet there are other badges that you could come up with that would be more meaningful (Questioner, Connector, Etc.) AND they could be bestowed by the kids on each other.
Jennie Snyder

Three Classroom Blogging Tips for Teachers - The Tempered Radical - 102 views

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    Great post by Bill Ferriter on classroom blogging. Practical tips for teachers.
Glenn Hervieux

Thinking with Crash: Commenting, Part II - 17 views

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    Continuing discussions on Commenting by Ed Nagelhout
Glenn Hervieux

Thinking with Crash: Commenting, Part I - 23 views

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    For me, commenting is no different from any other type of writing, driven by the same goals and motivations. Writing is, first and foremost, about audience, purpose, and context. This means, of course, that commenting is about the potential for more explicit/direct engagement in ways that other more formal writing opportunities are not. This means, to me, that the writing (the commenting) requires both a more direct and a more nuanced consideration of audience, purpose, and context. Read more about commenting and interacting with others in blogging and other online conversations.
Mark Gleeson

Edmodo vs Blogging (updated and reposted from a post originally published in September ... - 12 views

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    I originally wrote this post in September 2012. With a new school year beginning in Australia and plans to ramp up blogging and Edmodo at our school this year, I have updated this post to use with my staff with more screenshots, new ideas and some additional references to the iPad use of these tools with dedicated apps. For those who have seen it before, you may like to revisit.
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