Educator’s Guides

Set Up An Email Newsletter To Share Your Blog Posts Using Mailchimp – The Edublogger – Education Article

Whether your blog is for other teachers, families, or members of the wider education community, there are people out there who want to read what you’re writing. Remember: just because you publish something online, doesn’t mean it will be seen. Social media is a great place to share your blog posts, but there are problems. Algorithms and the “pay to play” model are changing the landscape of social media. Your loyal followers may not end up seeing all your updates.…

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Share Your Blog Posts With Automated Mailchimp Emails (RSS) – The Edublogger – Education Article

You might have put together a fantastic blog post and felt satisfied as you hit the publish button, but your job is not done. Just because you publish something online, doesn’t mean it will be seen. People won’t know about your post if you don’t share it. One of the most effective ways to share your blog posts is to email it directly to people who are interested in reading it. This post explains how to send out emails automatically…

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How To Create Accessible Content For Your Class Blog Or Website (7 Simple Accessibility Tips) – Education Article

We know all teachers work hard to ensure every student and member of their community is catered for, but creating accessible web content might not be something you’ve ever considered. In order for your class blog to be valuable, it must be accessible to all students. This includes individuals with visual impairments or disabilities that require them to use a screen reader or other assistive technologies. Fortunately, there are a few strategies you can implement to make creating accessible content…

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A Guide To Google Drawings For Teachers, Students, And Bloggers – Education Article

There are so many fabulous tools on offer within Google Drive: These include Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Forms, and Google Sheets. These tools are free and web-based. They’re used every minute of the day in classrooms, homes, and businesses around the world. One tool within Google Drive that you might not have fully explored as yet is Google Drawings. Perhaps you’ve heard of it but you’re not sure why you’d want to use it? Well, if you’re a blogger,…

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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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A Beginner’s Guide To Google Slides In The Classroom – Education Article

You’re probably familiar with the range of free, web-based tools offered by Google within its Google Drive service? These tools include Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Forms, and Google Slides. They’ve become staples in classrooms, homes, and businesses around the world. For teachers and students, Google Slides is one of the most exciting and versatile tools on offer. Maybe you’ve heard of Google Slides and you’re wondering how you can use it in the classroom? Or perhaps, you’ve dabbled with…

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