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How to Increase Engagement With School Newsletters and Social Media Posts – Education Article

Subscribe to get my tip of the week sent directly to you at the start of the week. Success! Please check your email to confirm your subscription. (If you’re using a school-issued email address, you may need to check your junk folder). This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Richard Byrne Read Full Article

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Register For The March Student Blogging Challenge! – The Edublogger – Education Article

The 24th Student Blogging Challenge begins on March 15 and registrations are now open! Since 2008, the Student Blogging Challenge has run twice yearly, beginning each March and October. Why take part in the Student Blogging Challenge? Help your students learn how to publish on the web safely and effectively Increase student motivation for writing by engaging with an authentic audience Reap the benefits of global collaboration by connecting with other participants around the country and world. Sound good? Read…

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The Benefit of “Sticking With It” – The Principal of Change – Education Article

In April 2010, I wrote my first blog post. I am almost at the ten-year mark, and I have published over 1700 posts in that time. The sole purpose of starting this blog was to understand how students could use this medium for learning in their education. In short, I didn’t want to skip to the teaching without doing the learning.  But in the process of actively reflecting through a blog, I started to love the process. It pushed me…

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Your Guide To Getting Involved – The Edublogger – Education Article

Have you heard of International Dot Day? It’s BIG! This year, over 14 million students and educators in 181 countries will be celebrating. International Dot Day is coming up around the week of September 15-ish. This annual event is all about celebrating creativity, courage, and collaboration. Getting involved in International Dot Day is easy. It’s free, flexible, and open to any classes from all around the world. This updated ultimate guide to International Dot Day explains exactly what it is…

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Blogging with Seesaw – Education Article

This year I’m teaching trimester long courses for 5th and 6th graders in Media Literacy and Digital Literacy at Casady School in Oklahoma City, and also serving as a technology integration coach with all our PK-12 teachers. In this post, I’d like to share a couple “How To” tutorials I’ve created for my students to help them “share outside” the walls of our classroom, using Seesaw Blogs. "#DENSI2012 Survey Results: Interactive Blogging" (CC BY 2.0) by Wesley Fryer Over the years, since blogging…

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Teachers on Twitter: why you should join and how to get started | Teacher Network

I’ve been using Twitter for six months and it’s already one of the best career decisions I’ve made. For a while, it seemed that my relationship with teaching was going to be short lived (the first rush of excitement and energy was gone and in need of resuscitation). But thanks to some of the inspiring educators on Twitter, I have fallen back in love with teaching. Earlier this year, a colleague (@historychappy) presented a 10-minute continuing professional development session on…

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Register For The October Student Blogging Challenge! – The Edublogger – Education Article

Do you want your students to learn how to publish on the web safely and effectively? Perhaps you want to increase their motivation for writing by engaging with an authentic audience? Would you like your students to look beyond the four walls of your classroom and connect with other students from around the world? The Student Blogging Challenge can help and registrations are now open! Since 2008, the Student Blogging Challenge has run twice yearly, beginning each March and October.…

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Blogging With Students Teacher Challenge – Education Article

It’s back to school season in the Northern Hemisphere and for many teachers, this means considering a virtual space for your classroom. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to have a class blog or get your students publishing online but you don’t know where to start? There’s no better time to begin than right now! Up until the end of October, we’re offering a free Edublogs Pro subscription to all educators who complete our Blogging With Students course. Blogging With Students is…

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5 Ways To Share And Market Your Teacher Blog – The Edublogger – Education Article

Are you an educator with a blog? Would you like a bigger audience and a stronger professional network?This practical post goes through five things you can do to share and market your blog: Make posts ‘shareable’ Use social media Set up an email subscription Encourage others to share your posts Be an audience If you don’t yet have a blog, that’s no problem. You can get one for free by heading over to the Edublogs homepage. And if you want…

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How to Amplify Kindergarten and Elementary Voices @coolcatteacher – Education Article

First-grade teacher Danielle Moore has worked with early elementary and kindergarten students as she helps them amplify their voice. Yes, young children have something to say to the world! Danielle shows us how. Sponsor: Advancement Courses Now is the time to plan your summer! Go to advancementcourses.com/coolcat and use the offer code COOL20 to get 20% off your summer PD courses. That’s just $120 per graduate credit hour or $160 for 50 clock hours. You can take courses on helpful topics like social-emotional…

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Why Choose Edublogs? Learn how teachers, students, and schools can publish online – Education Article

Home > Resources To Introduce Edublogs To Others We know many Edublogs users have introduced their colleagues to the platform in a staff meeting, team meeting, or professional development session. Some educators also like to give parents an overview of Edublogs during parent information evenings or school council meetings. To make it easier for teachers to share the power of Edublogs with others, we’ve put together some resources. Overview Presentation This overview of Edublogs can be viewed as a Google…

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How to Amplify Kindergarten and Elementary Voices @coolcatteacher – Education Article

First-grade teacher Danielle Moore has worked with early elementary and kindergarten students as she helps them amplify their voice. Yes, young children have something to say to the world! Danielle shows us how. Sponsor: Advancement Courses Now is the time to plan your summer! Go to advancementcourses.com/coolcat and use the offer code COOL20 to get 20% off your summer PD courses. That’s just $120 per graduate credit hour or $160 for 50 clock hours. You can take courses on helpful topics like social-emotional…

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April Is Poetry Month — 15+ Classroom Ideas For Teachers, Students, And Bloggers – Education Article

April is upon us, the season starts to change It’s time to freshen up our blogs and start to rearrange Why not try a poem? It’s easier than you think We’ve got new ideas to share — we’ll show you in a wink! April begins next week and it is National Poetry Month in the USA. Here at Edublogs, we’re declaring it International Poetry Month! Thank you to Sheri Edwards who blogged about National Poetry Month recently and shared some…

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A Plan For Writing A Weekly Blog Post In 10 Minutes A Day – The Edublogger – Education Article

Are you a teacher blogger? Or do your students blog? I’m guessing one of your biggest obstacles to doing as much on your blog as you would like is time. When we’ve surveyed our Edublogs community about their biggest obstacle to blogging, the results were clear. Time is a barrier for everyone! This post outlines a simple approach that will see you develop consistency with your blogging and publish one blog post a week. Whether you’re a teacher or a…

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7 Ideas To Find Inspiration For New Blog Posts – The Edublogger – Education Article

There are two types of bloggers. One has a never-ending list of blog post ideas but just can’t find the time to write them all. The other wants to write more blog posts but is stuck for ideas. Which type of blogger are you? If you’re the latter, you’re in luck. This post offers you 7 ideas to help you find inspiration for your future blog posts. These ideas apply to both student and teacher bloggers. Scroll down for a…

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What to do with your student blogs or class blogs at the end of the school year – Education Article

The school year is quickly coming to an end for many of our readers in the Northern Hemisphere! If you have students with their own blogs, you might be wondering what to do with the blogs at the end of the school year. There are a number of options which we’ll go through in this post. We’ll also offer you some tips for dealing with your class blog. Contents Click on the linked headings to go straight to that section…

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