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By: Tony DePrato | Follow me on LinkedIn Stress at the start of the school year is normal. I firmly believe that a positive start leads to a positive year. Here are some suggestions I like to give to people … Continue reading
As you know I read Free Tech for Teachers and I saw this post that Richard wrote about recommending two blogging platforms for teachers. I got to thinking that there are other options out there and in my opinion better … Continue reading
UPDATE – Posterous has officially announced that they are closing up shop on April 30, 2013. Be sure to back it up NOW! It looks like the sun is setting on Posterous, the popular blogging site. In 2012 it was … Continue reading
image source: http://www.folioclick.com/img/woman_laptop.png Alright boys and girls. As promised this is the first post of many from our podcasting panel that talks about what blogs we read, why we read them and where to find them. We all agree that … Continue reading
Well I love me some summer vacation. It is usually the same routine every year. I kick back and relax for about a week not doing a whole lot and then must start thinking about school. I can’t help it. … Continue reading
Welcome to Kidblog.org This website will let you create and manage a blog for your classroom. Here are some of the features. Create a class blog that students can safely post on Create and manage student accounts (no student email … Continue reading
Step 1 – Log in Go to your classes blog site (see your teacher for the website address). Click on Log in, in the top right hand corner. It will open up a new window. From here you can select … Continue reading
So I’ve written about blogging a lot. I’ve covered WordPress.com, Blogger, Posterous and tried them all out. I’ve consciously skipped over http://www.kidblog.org because I feel it is too simple for what I wanted. In all honesty it is, but that doesn’t mean … Continue reading
I’ve written more than a few times about class blogs and I think they are a pretty awesome, versatile tool for teachers to use. I’ve got guides for there three major platforms (WordPress, Blogger, Posterous) and while they have changed … Continue reading