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Don't know where to start? Take a look at what other students across the globe are blogging about. Some are personal random blogs, others are blogs for a specific subject area. I am SO loving all this creativity.
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Mrs. Gregory's 6th Grade - Awesome Class Bloggers!

Mrs. Gregory's 6th Grade - Awesome Class Bloggers! | Great student blogs | Scoop.it

From this class blog can be found, in the blogroll in the left hand menu, links to each student's individual blog. They are 6th grade which, I think, means they are Year 7s in the British system.

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Matthew's Blog

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This is Matthew's blog. He is in grade 6. He seems good fun to know and he must have a FAB teacher that gives him time to work on his blog. I wonder how much he does at home? I love the obvious gender differences between Matthew and Kabie's blog.

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Molly Clifton's A2 Blog

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Molly is an A Level Media Studies student. I really like the combination of graphics, scanned notes and videos in this blog. The purpose of this blog is academic yet, there is quite an insight into the creativity of the blogger.

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E3kings's Blog

E3kings's Blog | Great student blogs | Scoop.it

And here is a teacher's first tentative steps into using a blog in the classroom (my students might recognise it). The teacher posted guidance and tasks and the students used the comments box to reply. Not so good, but plenty of scope. The main disadvantage seemed to be a lot of the students didn't really take ownership of what they posted, 'just enough to keep Miss off our backs' and they didn't use it enough to see long term results.

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Online Safety - Insafe

Online Safety - Insafe | Great student blogs | Scoop.it

And as everything seems to be happening in twos on this pin board, here's another site reinforcing that message to enjoy exploiting all those wonderful opportunities but, to keep safe, be respectful and be responsible when travelling through the digital world. 

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8th Grade Language Arts

8th Grade Language Arts | Great student blogs | Scoop.it

Language Arts across the ocean is, it seems, what we call English. From this site you can access the individual student blogs. If 8th Grade is 13-14 year olds, they are the same age as Year 9s. Intriqued to know why Anthony keeps getting his internet privileges withdrawn. AND, it sounds as if they all have their own laptops.... They are sooooo lucky. 

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The Roller Coaster of Kabie's Life

The Roller Coaster of Kabie's Life | Great student blogs | Scoop.it

Here is a link to Kabie's blog. She is in Grade 6, she has a creative blog and obviously, she must have a great teacher.

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Daniel's blog

Daniel's blog | Great student blogs | Scoop.it

This is Daniel's A Level Media Studies blog. He doesn't combine his personal and his academic life (he might run another blog for his personal stuff). He makes good use of vlogs to record and comment on his work. The range of purpose and audience for this blog is very narrow. Should it be wider?

 

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The Flying Memo

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Here is an example of a class blog. The students collaborate to create a single blog which gives the teacher lots of control over what gets posted.

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Digital Citizenship — iKeepSafe

Digital Citizenship — iKeepSafe | Great student blogs | Scoop.it

Communicating with the world is a fantastic opportunity that previous generations could never have dreamed of. But, as in all areas of life, it comes with a code of conduct. Be safe, be respectful and be responsible digital citizens.

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