Passport to Educational Blogging

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Published on February 7, 2008

Author: teach42


Your Passport to Educational Blogging:  Your Passport to Educational Blogging Steve Dembo Who am I?:  Who am I? Slide3:  What’s different? Slide4:  What’s different? Slide5:  What’s new? Slide6:  What’s new? Slide7:  Aggregation Slide8:  Blogging done right Slide9:  Blogging done right Slide10:  Blogging done right Slide11:  28% of children 12-17 have created their own blog 50% of online teens read blogs 59% of online teens have created content for the internet Pew Internet & American Life Project survey of teens and parents, December 2007 The Students Slide12:  Finding a blog engine Slide13:  Finding a blog engine Slide14:  Finding a blog engine Slide15:  Finding a blog engine Slide16:  Finding a blog engine Slide17:  Your colleagues Professional development ideas Committee notes Lesson ideas and resources Celebrate successes Mentoring Communicate with… Slide18:  Your Parents Classroom events Newsletter Homework help Extra resources Dates and reminders Communicate with… Slide19:  Your Students Post writing prompts for students to respond to Provide online readings Share extra resources for current lessons Showcase great examples of student work Post discussion questions for students to respond to Document progress through a unit Provide students a place for students to post questions about nightly readings Do your newsletter daily Communicate with… Ideas by Anne Davis Slide20:  David Warlick – Slide21:  Steve Dembo – Slide22:  Steve Dembo Slide23:  Joyce Valenza Slide24:  Christine Tomasino– Slide25:  Dan Schmit - Slide26:  Eric Langhorst – Slide27: Slide28:  Discovery Educator Network Slide29:  Subscribing Slide30:  Bloglines ``:  `` Finding more reading material Slide32:  Finding more reading material Slide33:  A few tips Don’t surf more, surf more effectively Make it personal Make it a habit Set realistic goals Share what you find! Your Passport to Educational Blogging:  Your Passport to Educational Blogging Steve Dembo

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