Student blogs, digital portfolios, blogfolios. Whatever you call them, this comprehensive resource gives you lots of ideas about how teachers are helping their students to create their own online space.

Student blogs, digital portfolios, blogfolios. Whatever you call them, this comprehensive resource gives you lots of ideas about how teachers are helping their students to create their own online space.

A comprehensive post for educators and students with over 100 ideas for blogging and writing online. Includes a free PDF ebook to download.

A comprehensive post for educators and students with over 100 ideas for blogging and writing online. Includes a free PDF ebook to download.

Blogging is an ideal way to teach students about digital citizenship and appropriate online behaviours in an authentic and ongoing way.

Teaching Digital Citizenship: 10 Internet Safety Tips for Students

Blogging is an ideal way to teach students about digital citizenship and appropriate online behaviours in an authentic and ongoing way.

Need some ideas to help you build momentum with your professional blog? Download our free PDF with 50 ideas and prompts for educators.

Need some ideas to help you build momentum with your professional blog? Download our free PDF with 50 ideas and prompts for educators.

Two Truths and One Lie | Global Project idea by Kathleen Morris | Simple, flexible and worthwhile for any year level or subject area

Global Project Idea: Two Truths and One Lie

Two Truths and One Lie | Global Project idea by Kathleen Morris | Simple, flexible and worthwhile for any year level or subject area

Are blogs dead? This post offers some thoughts and insights on the future of educational blogging.

Are Blogs Dead?

Are blogs dead? This post offers some thoughts and insights on the future of educational blogging.

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.

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.

Comments For Kids Still Count: Teaching And Promoting Quality Commenting – Primary Tech by Kathleen Morris

Comments For Kids Still Count: Teaching And Promoting Quality Commenting – Primary Tech by Kathleen Morris

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

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

Checklist forOrganizing and Spring Cleaning Your Blog in 10 Steps | The Edublogger | Printable Checklist | Edublogs

Checklist forOrganizing and Spring Cleaning Your Blog in 10 Steps | The Edublogger | Printable Checklist | Edublogs

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