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 Lisa Durff

Room 9 Nelson Central's Blog! - 0 views

  • Welcome to our blog. We are the year 2/3 kids (6 & 7 year olds) from Room 9 at Nelson Central School in New Zealand. There are 23 of us in our class and our teacher is Rachel Boyd. We hope you enjoy sharing in our learning, be sure to leave us a comment please :)
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    Welcome to our blog. We are the year 2/3 kids (6 & 7 year olds) from Room 9 at Nelson Central School in New Zealand. There are 23 of us in our class and our teacher is Rachel Boyd. We hope you enjoy sharing in our learning, be sure to leave us a comment please :)
 Lisa Durff

Room One Mapua's BLOG! (2006) - 0 views

  • Room One Mapua's BLOG!
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    We are a class of year 2 & 3 students from Mapua School in New Zealand. We love to learn and we are very good at reading, writing and maths! We hope you like reading about what we have been up to!
 Lisa Durff

A Child's Garden - 0 views

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    Kathy Shiled's Kindergarten Class blog
Tina Coffey

Mrs. Cassidy's Classroom Blog - 0 views

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    Grade 1 and 2 in Canada.
Christine Southard

South Paris Collaborative - 0 views

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    Follow the link to the 5th grade blog that my co-teacher and I created.
Maria Knee

KinderKids Classroom Blog - 0 views

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    This blog comes to you from Maria Knee's kindergarten class in Deerfield, NH.
Alice Mercer

Room 12 -- Blogmeister - 0 views

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    Great use of Blogmeister. Perhaps we can invite Mr. A to share in the Q&A segment on 7/9.
 Lisa Durff

Summer Fun at BCA-Durffsummer - 0 views

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    The blog I use for summer courses.
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    My dream! Being able to teach tech classes for kids in the summer.
Alice Mercer

TeacherTube - Did You Know? 2.0 - 0 views

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    Update of a famous video on the need for technology in education.
Alice Mercer

TeacherTube - Why Let our Students Blog? - 0 views

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    Video on the reasons why you should blog in the classroom.
Alice Mercer

TeacherTube - Blogging - 0 views

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    This video will give some of the reasons for blogging in the classroom.
Alice Mercer

Tell The Raven - 0 views

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    This is an example of a classroom blog where the posts come from the students. The teacher is still controlling much of what is being posted.
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    4th grade blog. I like the way they incorporate student blogs into classroom blog.
Jose Rodriguez

Room 36 Blog - 0 views

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    Jose's 06-07 Classroom Blog. First Attempt at classroom blog.
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    Categories: Student Work, Student Responses, Podcasts
Alice Mercer

Ms. Mercer's Class Website - 0 views

  • Recent Comments
    • Alice Mercer
       
      As you can see, students are commenting because they are required to, and because it's easier and more obvious how to do so.
    • Jose Rodriguez
       
      Required as in graded?
  • Visitors to our site come from...
    • Alice Mercer
       
      This really impresses the students, but you have to make the blog public and share it with others to do this. Since there is moderation of comments, nothing will come up without your approval, so go for it.
    • Jose Rodriguez
       
      I like the map. So you visit other blogs leave link back to classroom blog?
  • Ms. Mercer’s Class Website Find out what’s going on…
    • Alice Mercer
       
      This is still a list of links, but there is much more interactivity. Go down to the SSR post, and click on the title to see comments.
Alice Mercer

Ms. Mercer's Classroom - 10/23/2006 - 0 views

  • October 23, 2006 This week in our classroom:
    • Alice Mercer
       
      This is a list of what we were learning about, and links to sites to learn more or do activities.
  • What is this a picture of? Click here to answer. To see what your classmates are saying, click here.
    • Alice Mercer
       
      This is the one place where students could interact. The responses, however, were on another page. Perhaps for that, and other reasons, the students did not respond much.
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    This is an example of a static web page. I provides a lot of information, and what we are studying, links to activities, but it lacks interactivity.  The conversation is largely one-way, to the students. The page can be updated, but not as quickly as adding posts on a blog.
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