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Teaching ongoing and authentic digital citizenship through blogging | Edublogs
10 Tips For Making Your Blog Posts Easier To Read
10 Ways to Make Your Blog Posts Easier to Read Infographic Edublogs
100 + Ideas and Prompts for Student Blogging | Edublogs | Free printable ebook
10 Examples of Great Class Blogs that use Edublogs CampusPress or WordPress | Primary Elementary Middle High School
Ten Reasons Educators Should Start Blogging | Benefits of Blogging | Edublogs
How to Embed Pinterest Boards and Pins on your Blog | Edublogs | CampusPress
Easy Tutorial: How To Make A New Blog Header
How to make a new header for your Edublogs or WordPress blog using PowerPoint | Edublogs easy tutorial
Blogging With High School Students: Roslyn Green’s Story
Roslyn Green is a high school teacher from Melbourne, Australia. She tells us how she incorporates blogging into the teaching of English, Psychology, German, and History. Roslyn offers some great ideas and lots of links to tools to make interactive content for your blog posts.
Nowadays, a blog is simply a blank canvas that can be brought to life in a way that suits you, your students, and your school community. We've compiled a wide range of examples for some inspiration.
This guide helps teachers and students learn how to consume and create their own podcasts. We've also included a PDF with 50 ideas for student created podcasts.
Mobile Blogging Options and a Printable PDF Cheat Sheet | Edublogs WordPress
Tips To Ensure Quality Blogging By Linda Yollis And Students
Tips for quality blogging video by Linda Yollis and her third grade students | Edublogs
Back to Basics Posts vs Pages
Video Creation Tips From Rob Kelly
Want to learn how to create your own videos for your blog? Rob Kelly shares some tips. The Edublogger | Edublogs
Many teachers wonder how to blog with young students. Becky Versteeg explains how she blogs with her 6 and 7 year old students. Edublogs | CampusPress
Should Your Class Or Student Blogs Be Public Or Private?
Public or Private Class or Student Blogs | Pros and Cons | Edublogs