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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 blogs ...

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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Tri-Blogging: A digital strategy to improve blogging at your school Presentation Transcript

  • 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