What is a blog and benefits0 An online journal             0 Promotes scholarly writing0 A Personal space              0 P...
Formalise usage0 Find out what your students use and what for0 Brainstorm on whether there is a difference  between writin...
Plan it0 Class/Group/individual?0 Private or public?0 Clear objectives   0 topics0 Scaffolding learning? How?0 Your expect...
Assess it Source: teachandlearn - Flickr: bit.ly/S9PDo9
Examples of usesReflection – evaluation - reformulation - LOTS0 What have I learnt?0 What is still unclear?0 What do I nee...
Further readings0 Angelo, T.A. & Cross, K.P. (1993) Classroom Assessment techniques: A Handbook for College  teachers, 2nd...
Getting started0 In groups of 5 or individual0 Go to http://wordpress.com0 Objectives: 2 categories1. Evaluate it for your...
1st   post (either /or/and)Category: My reflection0 Answer the following questions in 1 or 2 sentences:0 What have I learn...
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Blogging for education. Course on ICT integration in the Vietnamese context

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  • How to assess it?Write up a class blogging plan, taking into account the ‘dos and don’ts’ of class blogging. Write up an assessment rubric. What will you be measuring? Writing? Technological competence? Appearance of the blog? Write down your thoughts, discuss with a partner or small group in the class, or blog it!Possible assessment areas:ContentIdeasComprehensionIntellectual engagement with courseCritiqueReflectionAnalysisCreativityData gatheringPostsWriting qualityRelevance of links or embedded mediaPost frequencyCommunityComments/visitsDesign and adminOrganisationAppearanceUse of enhancements (if using widgets, etc.)Management and administration
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    1. 1. What is a blog and benefits0 An online journal 0 Promotes scholarly writing0 A Personal space 0 Peer-reviewing0 Communication channel 0 Entertainment/recreation0 Linking communities 0 Possible extension to LMS0 One or many contributors 0 REFLECTION0 Combines solitary and 0 Online gallery of social interaction achievements0 Novice’s web authoring tool 0 E-portfolio 0 Critical, creative and analytical thinking 0 (Bloom’s taxonomy)
    2. 2. Formalise usage0 Find out what your students use and what for0 Brainstorm on whether there is a difference between writing for personal and educational purpose0 Ask content related questions that encourage 0 Reflection on what they have learnt 0 Reformulation of ideas 0 Statement of opinion 0 Creative interaction with peer-reviewing0 To ensure that new knowledge is integrated with existing knowledge and favours deep-learning
    3. 3. Plan it0 Class/Group/individual?0 Private or public?0 Clear objectives 0 topics0 Scaffolding learning? How?0 Your expectations0 Source the data you expect students to find0 What other tools will you encourage students to use0 Other considerations? 0 Check this pdf Source: http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Blooms+Digital+Taxonomy
    4. 4. Assess it Source: teachandlearn - Flickr: bit.ly/S9PDo9
    5. 5. Examples of usesReflection – evaluation - reformulation - LOTS0 What have I learnt?0 What is still unclear?0 What do I need to follow up on?0 Where to from here?Construction – Analysing - Creation - HOTS0 Do I agree with the content?0 What do I know that wasn’t covered?0 What can I add to the rubric?0 What is my story?
    6. 6. Further readings0 Angelo, T.A. & Cross, K.P. (1993) Classroom Assessment techniques: A Handbook for College teachers, 2nd edition. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, pp148-153.0 Boud, D. (2001). Using journal writing to enhance reflective practice. In L. M English & M. A. Gillen (Eds.), Promoting journal writing in adult education: New directions in adult and continuing education (no. 90, pp. 9–18). San Francisco: Jossey Bass.0 Richardson, W. (2006). Blogs, wikis, podcasts, and other powerful web tools for classrooms. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.0 Walker, D. (1985). Writing and reflection. In D. Boud, R. Keogh, & D. Walker (Eds.), Reflection: Turning experience0 into learning. London: Kogan Page0 Using technology to support critical thinking, (2012) Teaching effectiveness program, University of Oregon. Retrieved October 29, 2012, from http://tep.uoregon.edu/technology/criticalthinking/criticalthinking.html0 To get started with your own blog:0 Source: http://onecoolsitebloggingtips.com/0 Blogging for educators: http://blogagogy.wordpress.com/
    7. 7. Getting started0 In groups of 5 or individual0 Go to http://wordpress.com0 Objectives: 2 categories1. Evaluate it for your own personal use 0 Evaluate your learning experience 0 Critique the course content 0 Add your own knowledge to each rubric 0 Test it with other tools2. Evaluate how you can use it with your students 0 Define some objectives 0 Be a model for your students 0 Reflect and create an assessment grid Write a post at least once a week
    8. 8. 1st post (either /or/and)Category: My reflection0 Answer the following questions in 1 or 2 sentences:0 What have I learnt?0 What is still unclear?0 What do I need to follow up on?0 Where to from here?Category: Uses with students0 What tool have I seen today/this week?0 How can I use it with our students?0 Considerations0 Setting up objectives, etc…

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