Blog Shorts How To

What are blog shorts? Blog shorts are short posts that serve a variety of purposes, but are purposely short for either the audience or the author. Continue reading Blog Shorts How To

Jump Start Momentum

“What will I write about?” is a question often asked by new bloggers. For just getting started, start short. Here’s how! Continue reading Jump Start Momentum

Looking Back

If I hadn’t set my calendar goals, I would have missed out on the opportunity to learn from others and then share for others. Continue reading Looking Back

Blank Space Option

It stares back at you — it’s glare so bright you need sunglasses— that blank page where no words want to go. Continue reading Blank Space Option

Blogging With Students

“It’s every teacher’s dream. Students are no longer writing for a grade or for their teacher. Instead, they are writing for their peers and generating their own topics. Can this really be possible?” Continue reading Blogging With Students

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

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

#edblogaday 1 Lots of Cs

  Why is blogging important to teaching and learning? Consider Teaching is all about learning, and discovering what works to inspire learning is a thoughtful, reflective process. What works? What doesn’t? Will it work next time? Will this lesson work for Continue reading #edblogaday 1 Lots of Cs

#DigiLit Sunday Assessing Blogs

How do you assess blogs? What is your purpose? That is the question. DigiLit Sunday is a Sunday post on literacy, an invitation by Margaret Simon, to share literacy strategies and tools for the classroom. This week’s list of bloggers: Sunday, September Continue reading #DigiLit Sunday Assessing Blogs

#clmooc Blog Conversations

 Photo Credit: Collin Key via Compfight   What is a conversation? A conversation, the give and take of ideas among people. We converse in the hallway, at dinner, or any time we meet. We listen to the stories of our friends, and we Continue reading #clmooc Blog Conversations