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BLOGGER
EDIT9990 Learner Engagement
Cool Tool Demo
Eunbae Lee
November 7, 2013
AGENDA
What is blog and what is blogger?
 What can blogger do for learning?
 What can blogger do to enhance engagement?
...
BLOGGER


Blog – Informational site published on the Internet
and consisting of "posts” typically displayed in
reverse ch...
BLOGGER
Google Tool – Login with your Google ID and
connect to your other Google apps such as Gmail,
and Google+
 Reflect...
BLOGGER- HOW TO CREATE
BLOGGER- DASHBOARD
BLOGGER
Web-based journal writing
 Cognitive engagement (Finn & Zimmer, 2012).
 Writing is a complex cognitive task that...
BLOGGER- REFLECTIVE WRITING
BLOGGER - SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT
(FREDERICKS ET. AL., 2004)


Commenting
BLOGGER - SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT
(FREDERICKS ET. AL., 2004)


Social Media Connections
BLOGGER - SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT (FREDERICKS
ET. AL.,

2004)

Following

Blogroll
BLOGGER - SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT
(FREDERICKS ET. AL., 2004)


Traffic analytics
BLOGGER


Social interaction
Commenting
 Follow
 Blog Roll
 Traffic analytics




Other similar blogging tools
Wordp...
OTHER EDUCATIONAL USES OF BLOG

Class website
Competence
• EDIT2000

TeacherStudent-Parent
Communication
Relatedness
• Mrs...
DISCUSSION
Can blogging enhance students’ affective
engagement?
 What are some strategies to enhance behavioral
engagemen...
REFERENCES








Bereiter, C., &Scardamalia, M. (1987). The psychology
of written composition. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
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  1. 1. BLOGGER EDIT9990 Learner Engagement Cool Tool Demo Eunbae Lee November 7, 2013
  2. 2. AGENDA What is blog and what is blogger?  What can blogger do for learning?  What can blogger do to enhance engagement? 
  3. 3. BLOGGER  Blog – Informational site published on the Internet and consisting of "posts” typically displayed in reverse chronological order (the most recent post appears first). http://eunbae.blogspot.com/
  4. 4. BLOGGER Google Tool – Login with your Google ID and connect to your other Google apps such as Gmail, and Google+  Reflective Writing – Academic Engagement  Social Interaction – Social Engagement  Commenting  Follow  Blog Roll  Traffic analytics   Other similar blogging tools   Wordpress: professional, bells and whistles Tumblr: Popular among teens, focused on following rather than writing own
  5. 5. BLOGGER- HOW TO CREATE
  6. 6. BLOGGER- DASHBOARD
  7. 7. BLOGGER Web-based journal writing  Cognitive engagement (Finn & Zimmer, 2012).  Writing is a complex cognitive task that supports the construction of new knowledge by establishing connections between prior domain knowledge and knowledge about discourse (Bereiter&Scardamalia, 1987).  Writing requires reflection and meaningful expression of learned material (Hayes & Flower, 1986). 
  8. 8. BLOGGER- REFLECTIVE WRITING
  9. 9. BLOGGER - SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT (FREDERICKS ET. AL., 2004)  Commenting
  10. 10. BLOGGER - SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT (FREDERICKS ET. AL., 2004)  Social Media Connections
  11. 11. BLOGGER - SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT (FREDERICKS ET. AL., 2004) Following Blogroll
  12. 12. BLOGGER - SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT (FREDERICKS ET. AL., 2004)  Traffic analytics
  13. 13. BLOGGER  Social interaction Commenting  Follow  Blog Roll  Traffic analytics   Other similar blogging tools Wordpress: professional, bells and whistles  Tumblr: Popular among teens, focused on following rather than writing own 
  14. 14. OTHER EDUCATIONAL USES OF BLOG Class website Competence • EDIT2000 TeacherStudent-Parent Communication Relatedness • Mrs. Terhune’s First Grade Site Student writing publications Autonomy • Living alongside Wildlife
  15. 15. DISCUSSION Can blogging enhance students’ affective engagement?  What are some strategies to enhance behavioral engagements through blogging? 
  16. 16. REFERENCES     Bereiter, C., &Scardamalia, M. (1987). The psychology of written composition. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Finn, J. D., & Zimmer, K. S. (2012). Student engagement: What is it? Why does it matter? In S. L. Christenson, A. L. Reschly& C. Wylie (Eds.), Handbook of research on student engagement. (pp. 97-131). New York: Springer Fredricks, J. A., Blumenfeld, P. C., & Alison, H. P. (2004). School engagement: Potential of the concept, state of the evidence. Review of Educational Research, 74(1), 59-109. doi: 10.2307/3516061 Hayes, J.R., & Flower, L.S. (1986). Writing research and the writer. American Psychologist, 41, 1106-1113.
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