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What to do with your student blogs or class blogs at the end of the school year – Education Article

The school year is quickly coming to an end for many of our readers in the Northern Hemisphere! If you have students with their own blogs, you might be wondering what to do with the blogs at the end of the school year. There are a number of options which we’ll go through in this post. We’ll also offer you some tips for dealing with your class blog. Contents Click on the linked headings to go straight to that section…

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Register For The March Student Blogging Challenge! – The Edublogger – Education Article

Imagine your students running into the classroom to check which international visitors have left a comment on their blog. Imagine your students putting in more effort than ever before because they know their work will have a global audience. Imagine your students learning about publishing online without relying on you as the expert. Does this sound ideal to you? For the last 10+ years, these are the sorts of comments we’ve heard from teachers who have taken part in the Student…

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Six Tools To Create Interactive Learning Content On Your Blog – The Edublogger – Education Article

This is a guest post from Roslyn Green who is a secondary school (high school) teacher from Melbourne, Australia. Roslyn uses Edublogs and CampusPress to blog with a number of her classes a variety of ways which she explained in a popular post on The Edublogger in 2018. Since her last post, Roslyn has been investigating different ways to embed eLearning options on her blogs. She has tried out a number of free websites that allow the development of interactive activities for students…

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8 Reasons To Take Part In The Student Blogging Challenge! – The Edublogger – Education Article

Broadly speaking, there are two types of teachers. One is content with staying within the four walls of the classroom and relying on the ‘talk and chalk’ approach they grew up. The other type of teacher is aware of how rapidly the world is changing; they know how important it is to help their students become dynamic global citizens. What type of teacher are you? I’m guessing you’re the latter and, if you are, no doubt you’ll be interested in…

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Student Reflections On The Student Blogging Challenge! – The Edublogger – Education Article

This is a guest post by students Emily J, Kira H, and Sam C. They are Canadian high school students who use a CampusPress network to host their impressive blogging program. The three authors of this post all have their own student blogs. Take a look and leave them a comment. They’d love to hear from you! Sam | Emily | Kira To find out more about the wonderful Performance Learning Program they’re a part of at Seycove Secondary School,…

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Why Choose Edublogs? Learn how teachers, students, and schools can publish online – Education Article

Home > Resources To Introduce Edublogs To Others We know many Edublogs users have introduced their colleagues to the platform in a staff meeting, team meeting, or professional development session. Some educators also like to give parents an overview of Edublogs during parent information evenings or school council meetings. To make it easier for teachers to share the power of Edublogs with others, we’ve put together some resources. Overview Presentation This overview of Edublogs can be viewed as a Google…

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April Is Poetry Month — 15+ Classroom Ideas For Teachers, Students, And Bloggers – Education Article

April is upon us, the season starts to change It’s time to freshen up our blogs and start to rearrange Why not try a poem? It’s easier than you think We’ve got new ideas to share — we’ll show you in a wink! April begins next week and it is National Poetry Month in the USA. Here at Edublogs, we’re declaring it International Poetry Month! Thank you to Sheri Edwards who blogged about National Poetry Month recently and shared some…

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Our Holiday Gift To You! – The Edublogger – Education Article

Home > Free Blogs And Free PD: Our Holiday Gift To You! The festive season is upon us and hopefully you have a break to look forward to. The holidays can be a great time to not only put your feet up and recharge, but learn something new as well! As a gift to all teachers, we’d like to offer a free Edublogs Pro subscription to all participants of our self-paced courses. Here’s the deal… When you start one of…

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