A Thing to Consider

A Thing To Consider Brett Gaylor with Mozilla Advocacy reminds us that this new internet is “like life, a thing to consider” and without this internet, our freedom of access to information would be so different. Our Parts So as I Continue reading A Thing to Consider

WordPress and Edublog Themes

What theme should I use? WordPress Many participants in #cccwrite are considering WordPress.com as their blogging platform. WPBeginner suggests considerations for choosing a theme, including: “Responsive” — that word should be in the theme description — that means it is Continue reading WordPress and Edublog Themes

BlogAMonth Lessons to Remember

  A Question As the world is busy making resolutions, what is the most important ‘lesson’ you want to teach your students? Note: This blog is part of the #blogamonth challenge. Join in our community of educators and give your blogging Continue reading BlogAMonth Lessons to Remember

Let’s Talk Blog Images

Images, Copyright, and Fair Use Updated Links and Info on January 23, 2019 See this post for more information: Blog Images   Images bring your blog post to life– it adds information and interest. But we can’t just reach up Continue reading Let’s Talk Blog Images

CCCWrite Reflective Bloggers

I’d like to invite my #etmooc and #clmooc colleagues to join — it’s open. Join in the reflection and help out colleagues new to blogging as well as share and connect with new people. Continue reading CCCWrite Reflective Bloggers

Cater Truth Literacy

I’ve been enjoying the course offered by KQED, “Finding and Evaluating Information. The course authors have added a wealth of information and links for helping all of us, adults and students, better evaluate the information around us in physical and Continue reading Cater Truth Literacy

Blogging With Students

Classroom Blogging A few teachers have wondered about starting class blogs and student blogs. Blogging is writing — it’s thinking and communicating ideas; it can be a place to share daily or used as a portfolio or both. It meets Continue reading Blogging With Students