Blogging Good Practice

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Published on October 13, 2008

Author: lpatterson

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Blogging Good Practice EDC Workshop - presented by Learning Technology Team October 14th November 2008

Why Should Students Blog? Research shows that having students Blog improves their understanding of the work that they are doing by: Helping them to articulate their knowledge Collaborating with others Reflecting on their own work Being able to work at their own pace Having a real sense of audience

Research shows that having students Blog improves their understanding of the work that they are doing by:

Helping them to articulate their knowledge

Collaborating with others

Reflecting on their own work

Being able to work at their own pace

Having a real sense of audience

Why Should Teachers Blog? Why Teachers Blog – John Pearce, Educational Consultant

Tools for Blogging  Can record sound as entry  (need email a/c) Need to create Account  Control Layout  (through reader only) Subscribe to Posts   Archive of posts   Control Audience   Embed web2.0   Text, images, hyperlinks   Multiple Blogs cLc Blogger Feature

Ideas for Blogging Look at websites for ideas What ideas can we come up with?

Look at websites for ideas

What ideas can we come up with?

Exploring the tools Hands on session to explore how to use Blogger and the cLc for Blogging.

Hands on session to explore how to use Blogger and the cLc for Blogging.

Demo of cLc Upgrade Wiki Tool Voice Recorder Quiz Tool Changes to other tools

Wiki Tool

Voice Recorder

Quiz Tool

Changes to other tools

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