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Ideas for Managing Academic Blogs

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In the course of a year I am ask to run a lot of workshops about blogging. One of the questions that frequently comes up in those workshops goes something like this, “do you recommend that I have just one blog or should all of my students have their own blogs?” There is not a clear cut answer to this question because the answer depends upon how you envision using blogs in your teaching practice.


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What if You’re Not a “ProBlogger”? Five Great Alternative Reasons to Blog — Aliventures

What if You’re Not a “ProBlogger”? Five Great Alternative Reasons to Blog — Aliventures | lärresurser | Scoop.it

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Great Blogs for Language Learners | The Everyday Language Learner

Great Blogs for Language Learners | The Everyday Language Learner | lärresurser | Scoop.it

Aaron Myers blogs about learning languages on the Every Day Language Learning, and has this blogroll offering a variety of perspectives on the same topic.


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Shona Whyte's curator insight, April 25, 2013 1:33 PM

Send your students to read how other people are tackling the task of learning a new language.

Carmenne K. Thapliyal's curator insight, April 26, 2013 3:27 AM

Interesting blogs to look at for teacher training for teaching foreign languages

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10 Reasons Why I Want My Students To Blog

10 Reasons Why I Want My Students To Blog | lärresurser | Scoop.it

Blogging constitutes a massive genre. It comes in many forms, addresses myriad topics, and can certainly range in quality. For my money (which usually means free), blogging provides the best venue for teaching student writing. As bloggers, young people develop crucial skills with language, tone their critical thinking muscles, and come to understand their relationship to the world.


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