Tri-Blogging: A digital strategy to improve blogging at your school
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This presentation was part of the virtual presentation of TeachMeetNZ for the New Zealand Festival of Education. Tri-blogging is a strategy to increase the number of posts and comments on your......

This presentation was part of the virtual presentation of TeachMeetNZ for the New Zealand Festival of Education. Tri-blogging is a strategy to increase the number of posts and comments on your blogs while making connections and learning along the way!

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  • 1. Try Tri Blogging Justine Driver @digitallearnin 1
  • 2. Why Blogging? 2@digitallearnin
  • 3. 3@digitallearnin
  • 4. Blank Template 2nd page for “how to leave comments” set up with instructions for students/parents Ready to insert HTML code for Hit counters *page visits *world map Ready for email subscription updates Branding 4@digitallearnin
  • 5. 5
  • 6. Weekly Smackdowns • collaborative to harvest ideas • other staff were seen as experts & therefore could be the “go-to” people • consistent • forefront of minds @digitallearnin 6
  • 7. @digitallearnin 7
  • 8. A blog needs an audience to keep it alive for your learners! Tri-BloggingBased on Quad Blogging by @deputymitchell @digitallearnin 8
  • 9. Improvements with Tri-blogging 36% blog posts 398 (13wks) to 543 = 145 in 2nd wk of strategy 133% comments 361 (13wks) to 841 = 480 in 2nd wk of strategy @digitallearnin 9
  • 10. Consistency Vision @digitallearnin 10
  • 11. 11
  • 12. Visit our class blogs and leave us a comment http://www.pakurangaheights.school.nz/class-blogs Tri-Blogging