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Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
Using Weblogs In The K 12 Curriculum
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  • 1. Using Weblogs in the K-12 Curriculum Claudia Palacios ED480-Ed Tech Wiki-Teachback post
  • 2. Focus :
    • How would teachers implement weblogs in the classroom?
  • 3. What is a Weblog?
    • Web log: easily created website, that allows instant internet publishing (Richardson)
    • A personal diary, daily pulpit, collection of links, and a place to share your voice and connect with others (Blogger.com)
    Recommended by Richardson: http://central.hcrhs.k12.nj.us/mf069/
  • 4. Weblogs in Schools
    • Class portals
    • Online filing
    • e-portfolio
    • Collaborative space
      • (Richardson)
    http://teachingtoday.glencoe.com/howtoarticles/blog-basics
  • 5. Class Portals
    • Fosters a community of learners (Coe)
    • Place for teachers to publish course curriculum, syllabus, homework, rubrics, and handouts.
    • Students communicate with peers about the course.
    • Parents have access to information about the class (Richardson)
  • 6. On-line file
      • Go paperless!
      • Dog never eats the homework!
      • Organized and chronological
      • Parents can follow progress
        • (Richardson)
  • 7. e- Portfolio
    • Collection of students work
    • Archived
    • Published work usually promotes better work (Coe)
    • Includes reflections on published work (Richardson)
  • 8. Collaborative Space
    • Students share ideas, and comment on the lesson
    • Simple and easy, as fast as instant messaging
    • Create on-line readers guides
    • Videos/ photos + online +social networking = community of workers (Jarrett)
  • 9. How would you implement a weblog in your classroom?
    • Post the lessons and rubrics
    • Encourage parents to look for updates, on this online newsletter.
    • Provide questions based on the lesson for students to reflect
    http://weblogs.hcrhs.k12.nj.us/bees/
  • 10. How would you implement a weblog in your classroom?
    • Allow students to contribute the topic, and comment on others’ ideas
    • Have students post their work
    • Allow parents to visit the site to view their child’s work.
    http://www.classblogmeister.com/blog.php?user_id=51798&blogger_id=271885
  • 11. Support Blogging
    • http://supportblogging.com/Links+to+School+Bloggers
    • A page for teachers who want to link to educational blogging.
  • 12. References:
    • Ricjardson, Will; Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, Corowin Prass 2009, Thousand Oaks California
    • Hergoz, Susan:Blogging@Schools retrieved from http://bloggingatschool.blogspot.com/
    • Blogged : retrieved from http://www.blogged.com/
    • Coe, Glen: Blog Basics, retrieved from http://teachingtoday.glencoe.com/howtoarticles/blog-basics
    • Blog photo: retrieved from http://www.shockmd.com/wp-content/iStock_000006057864XSmall.jpg
    • Blogger : retrieved from http://www.blogger.com/tour_start.g
    • Merideth’s Page: retrieved from http://central.hcrhs.k12.nj.us/mf069/
    • Eco-filing: retrieved from http://ecofiling.com/images/screenshots/ecofiling-layered.png
    • Windham, Carrie: Reflecting, Writing, and Responding, retrieved from http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI3010.pdf
    • Jarrett, Kevin, Test Toob; Community of learners: retrieved from http://www.ncs-tech.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/testtoob.jpg
    • Blogging Conversation: retrieved from http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_aNUZkAGS0hw/SP8upN1nxaI/AAAAAAAAAgQ/5TAcU8EtWY0/s200/conversationpng.png
    • Support Blogging.com: retrieved from http://supportblogging.com/Links+to+School+Bloggers
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