Loom: Bring Learning Alive With Screencasting – Primary Tech by Kathleen Morris | Information and practical ideas on screencasting in the classroom
Getting Started With Edublogs | Blogging For Complete Beginners | Edublogs Teachers Schools Classrooms
When children create for the world they make it good. When children create only for their teacher they make it good enough.
Public or Private Class or Student Blogs | Pros and Cons | Edublogs
Grade Three French Immersion Teachers, Mme Harrison and Mlle Nicholson use their class blog to introduce the students to French resources, as well as sharing student learning.
Norway educator, Ann Michaelsen operates this blog in a very unique style. Connected Teaching And Learning is Ann’s professional blog where she publishes regular reflections on what she is reading and learning. Beyond that, it is also a classroom hub for lesson plans and materials, as well as a home for many student blogs (links are on the right sidebar).
10 Examples of Great Class Blogs that use Edublogs CampusPress or WordPress | Primary Elementary Middle High School
Mrs Kriese’s 7th Grade ELA (English Language Arts) class blog is such a rich student-centered space. Student learning and reflections are showcased both on class blog posts and through individual student blogs (links are on the left sidebar).
8 Ways Teachers and Schools Can Communicate With Parents in 2018 | Kathleen Morris blog | Primary Tech
How to Embed Pinterest Boards and Pins on your Blog | Edublogs | CampusPress
Ten Reasons Educators Should Start Blogging | Benefits of Blogging | Edublogs