Teaching Tips: Using Online Journals and Blogs
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These websites are about using weblogs in the classroom. There are websites where teachers and students can sign up for their own blogs for free. There are also several articles that explain how teachers are using blogs in the classroom. There are also lesson plans. Teachers should be especially cautious about giving out these links as students can access other blogs.
This professional site provides resources for creating effective blogs and websites.
A professional article with provides step-by-step for educators to teach safe and productive blogging to students.
This is a professional article to assist educators in involving students in communicating through blogging. Related activities are given.
Use this professional article to get students safely started in blogging. Prompts are provided.
Here is the eMINTS teachers' favorite web site for class blogging. NOTE: The site leads to websites with ads.
Take the "Quick Tour" and sign up for your own blog.
This site has blogging tips for teachers, links to blogging websites, and has examples of live classroom blogs.
This site provides free blogs for students, teachers, librarians, and other educators.
This site, which is actually a "wiki," has resources for teachers, students, and administrators to help understand and support educational blogging. NOTE: This site has links to external sites.
This site provides blog idea for a classroom. Find out what blog is, how to create a blog, and how to implement it in classroom. Click an arrow to navigate the site.
This page compiles real examples of blogs used in classrooms. More related topics about blogs on the right menu. NOTE: Some links are broken. This site has links to external sites.
Students will create a blog with photos and comment the photos reflecting a concept of courage. NOTE: This site has links to external sites.
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October 14, 2004 at 09:04 |
Updated: September 26, 2013 at 14:50