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Student Blogging Resources to Get You Started

I love that I get asked a lot about student blogging because it is something I am passionate about.  I often find myself sharing various posts, letters, and lessons that I have created, which means I have to find them first.  So to make my life easier, and perhaps even yours, here are my best… Continue reading Student Blogging Resources to Get You Started

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Meaningful Student Blogging – My RSCON Presentation

Last night, I had the privilege of presenting at the Reform Symposium on something I am very passionate about – giving students a voice through blogging.  In fact, I find whenever you can give students a voice in your classroom leads to a much more engaged learning environment.  While the archives will not be up for another… Continue reading Meaningful Student Blogging – My RSCON Presentation

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A Student Reflects on Blogging and Time

As you know my students are avid bloggers and this year is no different.  Their thoughts about the world, their lives, and what we do are reaching students and adults around the world.  Although they have a blogging challenge every week, many times my students choose to blog on their own whatever their thoughts may… Continue reading A Student Reflects on Blogging and Time

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Give Students a Voice; How Blogging Changes Education

image from icanread I had the fortune of being asked by Kidblog (which I love so much) to write a little about how student blogging has changed my classroom and although this was published a long time ago on their blog, I forgot to cross post it here.   “Do you really mean it Mrs.… Continue reading Give Students a Voice; How Blogging Changes Education