Starting a Blogby Tavia Clark
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Add text, web link, video & audio hotspots on top of your image and 360 content.
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Edublog Best Teacher Blogs - 2013 edublogawards.com Best Teacher Blog 2013 – The Edublog Awards
The Top 50 Education Blogs Every Teacher and Educator Should Know About www.educatorstechnology.com Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education
Chart - A Comparison of Blogging Platforms from Free Technology for Teachers www.freetech4teachers.com I'm often asked for advice about picking the best blogging service for classroom use. Every school's and classroom's situation is a little...
4 Free And Simple Blogging Platforms That Are NOT WordPress www.edudemic.com
You don't have to decide on a specific theme for your blog, or even a singular type of post that you will create; however, it is great, when you first start out, to decide on a few goals that you have for your blog. Do you want to highlight things you're doing that specifically help to meet your PDP goals? Do you want the primary purpose of your blog to be reflection for yourself. Are you trying to disseminate information? Are you blogging to put your own opinions out there for the world to read? Do you want to showcase the awesome things your students are doing? Whatever your goals are for blogging, remember, you aren't writing for an audience, YOU'RE WRITING FOR YOU!! And to ensure that you do post regularly, set aside time to blog or schedule it into your calendar. www.editingandproofing.com
The Tech Savvy Educator - Blogging for Success (the blog post contains a great link to a template to walk you through the process of why you are blogging) www.techsavvyed.net Apparently my post earlier this week sharing Jessica Winstanley’s ideas for student blogging was rather popular. So I’m going for broke, and sharing a tool that I created last week to h…
We all need a little encouragement every now and then! youtu.be We all need a little encouragement every now and then. Kid President, knowing this, has put together a video you can play each morning as you wake up or to s...
The ability to self reflect is huge! education.cu-portland.edu The Power of Self-Reflection - Teacher of the Year, Nancy Flanagan
Remember that there is a difference between sharing wonderful things you're doing and bragging! Don't be ashamed to give yourself and your students some of the limelight. Besides, if you don't toot your own horn, you might find that no one else will.
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