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Education Rethink: Thirteen Thoughts on Student Blogging

Education Rethink: Thirteen Thoughts on Student Blogging | Blogging with students | Scoop.it

Initially, the student blogs were nothing more than a class journal posted online. However, over time, they became a place for student voice. They evolved as my thinking about blogging evolved. So, here is what I've learned along the way:


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Ideas for Integrating a Student Blog into Your Curriculum

Ideas for Integrating a Student Blog into Your Curriculum | Blogging with students | Scoop.it

A teacher's view on student blogs - it had to be as authentic and as meaningful as possible, without it becoming another homework burden.  With that in mind, here are some beginning ideas for integrating blogging into your classroom.


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13 Suggestions on Student Blogging

13 Suggestions on Student Blogging | Blogging with students | Scoop.it
by John T. Spencer, EducationRethink.com This is my seventh year of having students create their own blogs. Initially, the student blogs were nothing more than a class journal posted online. Howeve...

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Getting More Out of Student Blogging | Sue Waters Blog

Getting More Out of Student Blogging | Sue Waters Blog | Blogging with students | Scoop.it

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"Sue Waters’ site is rich with resources that provide a comprehensive look into student blogs, including the development of effective commenting skills as well as building an audience"


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10 + 1 Steps to Meaningful Student Blogging | MiddleWeb

10 + 1 Steps to Meaningful Student Blogging | MiddleWeb | Blogging with students | Scoop.it

By Pernille Ripp

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"Blogging has become an important part of instruction in Pernille Ripp's fifth-grade classroom -- connecting students with the outside world and offering authentic learning opportunities. For teachers looking to start student blogs, Ripp suggests in this blog post that, among other things, they consider why they are interested in blogging, select a platform, get necessary permissions, address safety, and consider the differences between blogging and writing"


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Departing the Text: Internet Safety for Kids (Grades K-12) Growing Up in the Information Age

Departing the Text: Internet Safety for Kids (Grades K-12) Growing Up in the Information Age | Blogging with students | Scoop.it

Our kids and students use internet technology daily text-messaging, on Facebook, blogging, Twittering, watching videos, gaming, and even doing research for school. With this world-wide community at their beck and call come certain risks that we as adults are aware of, but they may not be...HOW DO YOU KEEP YOUR KIDS/STUDENTS SAFE?  Here are some suggestions...


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Digital Portfolios | Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age

Digital Portfolios | Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age | Blogging with students | Scoop.it
Note to all visitors:  If any of the documents don't open for you, try finding them at http://echucaelearning.wikispaces.com/digital+portfolios. ; If you
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What Does Student Blogging Exactly Do?

What Does Student Blogging Exactly Do? | Blogging with students | Scoop.it

As a proponent of student blogging I am often asked what it "does" for my students. The thing is, it does quite a bit.

Provides them with a voice. Education cannot be done to students anymore, they have to have a voice since it is their lives it effects the most; blogging gives them that.Gives them an authentic writing audience. The product doesn't end with me and a grade, it is out for the world to see and to continue to be developed. Puts their place in the world in context. We think our students know how much in common they have with kids their age around the world, but they don't usually. Blogging with those kids and connecting through projects such as the Global Read Aloud brings the world in. (via @edutopia)


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Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom: So...You Wanna Use Blogs In The Classroom

Blogging About The Web 2.0 Connected Classroom: So...You Wanna Use Blogs In The Classroom | Blogging with students | Scoop.it
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Student Blogs: Digital Portfolios | Primary Tech

Student Blogs: Digital Portfolios | Primary Tech | Blogging with students | Scoop.it
As we have introduced a 1:1 netbook program in grade four this year, I have changed my approach to student blogs. Rather than having a system where students can

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Stacie Ellinger's curator insight, July 12, 2013 12:31 AM

I love the idea of the students reflecting on what they learned and writing about it in their blog.

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Teacher Blog Posts :: Using Student Blogs as Showcase Portfolios

Teacher Blog Posts :: Using Student Blogs as Showcase Portfolios | Blogging with students | Scoop.it
In her international teaching blog, Kim describes she is using blogs for ongoing, reflective portfolios of student work.

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A Rubric for Evaluating Student Blogs

A Rubric for Evaluating Student Blogs | Blogging with students | Scoop.it

This rubric may be used for assessing individual blog entries, including comments on peers’ blogs.  A PDF version is also available.  The rubric was recently updated.  This is one of many rubrics collected and published by UW-Stout.


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Student Blogs: Learning to Write in Digital Spaces

Student Blogs: Learning to Write in Digital Spaces | Blogging with students | Scoop.it
Tweet Student blogging is not a project, but a process. We are continuously striving to refine, improve and re-evaluate. As I am meeting with teachers individually, I can’t stress enough the ...

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Patty Ball's curator insight, January 8, 2013 12:38 PM

learning to write for a digital format

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learning to write for a digital format

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Using Student Blogs to Develop Proficiency with the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice

Using Student Blogs to Develop Proficiency with the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice | Blogging with students | Scoop.it

Student blogs are a versatile process that can be implemented in one grade level or math course as students progress through more difficult math content.


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Educational Blogging

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The process of reading online, engaging a community, and reflecting it online is a process of bringing life into learning. As Richardson comments, "This [the blogging process] just seems to me to be closer to the way we learn outside of school, and I don’t see those things happening anywhere in traditional education." And he asks: "Could blogging be the needle that sews together what is now a lot of learning in isolation with no real connection among the disciplines? I mean ultimately, aren’t we trying to teach our kids how to learn, and isn’t that [what] blogging is all about?"


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Curriculum Corner – Using Blogs With Students -Edublogs – education blogs for teachers, students and schools

Curriculum Corner – Using Blogs With Students -Edublogs – education blogs for teachers, students and schools | Blogging with students | Scoop.it
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Tips To Improve Your Blogging Photos ~ Nothing Too Serious!

Tips To Improve Your Blogging Photos ~ Nothing Too Serious! | Blogging with students | Scoop.it
Rarely do you see a blog post without at least 1 image / photo. Some of these photos are out of this world amazing, others could be made out of this world amazing with just a few teeny tiny tweaks. {Editing}.
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