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Blogging: Basics & Beyond
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Blogging: Basics & Beyond

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Blogging workshop from the eastnet cluster day in Auckland, NZ. From purpose and pedagogy to cybersafety and management of making blogs happen.

Blogging workshop from the eastnet cluster day in Auckland, NZ. From purpose and pedagogy to cybersafety and management of making blogs happen.

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  • Having a purpose is important to help you concentrate on why you are running a blog.
    Why do you have a blog? What do you want to do with it?
  • Different purposes... Don’t just have a blog because it’s the new big thing. Why do you want one - what will you use it for?
  • There are millions of blogs out there - what sets yours as different?
    How are you catering to your purpose and your audience?
    Spend time looking and commenting at other blogs for ideas.
  • e.g. oral language, reading, maths etc
  • Informative - have a range of content
  • Informative - have a range of content
  • Informative - have a range of content
  • Informative - have a range of content
  • Informative - have a range of content
  • Informative - have a range of content
  • Informative - have a range of content
  • Informative - have a range of content
  • Informative - have a range of content
  • Your students digital footprint is more important than ever. What they do now will influence future employers.
    What would you want people to see or know about your kids - how much information?
    Know your schools policies and practices with Cybersafety.
    COMMUNITY - know about your community and what they know and will be happy with.
  • Creative Commons - different licences - attribute back to the person/site. This is no different from written work that we don’t let the kids copy!
  • Creative Commons - different licences - attribute back to the person/site. This is no different from written work that we don’t let the kids copy!
  • Creative Commons - different licences - attribute back to the person/site. This is no different from written work that we don’t let the kids copy!
  • Creative Commons - different licences - attribute back to the person/site. This is no different from written work that we don’t let the kids copy!
  • Creative Commons - different licences - attribute back to the person/site. This is no different from written work that we don’t let the kids copy!
  • clearly and honestly - be straight up about what this shows and represents about them, their class and their school.
  • clearly and honestly - be straight up about what this shows and represents about them, their class and their school.
  • clearly and honestly - be straight up about what this shows and represents about them, their class and their school.
  • clearly and honestly - be straight up about what this shows and represents about them, their class and their school.
  • clearly and honestly - be straight up about what this shows and represents about them, their class and their school.
  • clearly and honestly - be straight up about what this shows and represents about them, their class and their school.
  • clearly and honestly - be straight up about what this shows and represents about them, their class and their school.
  • clearly and honestly - be straight up about what this shows and represents about them, their class and their school.
  • clearly and honestly - be straight up about what this shows and represents about them, their class and their school.
  • Utilise the downtimes.
    Teach a group at a time - they will often teach others.
    Start small and move onwards from there.
  • Utilise the downtimes.
    Teach a group at a time - they will often teach others.
    Start small and move onwards from there.
  • Utilise the downtimes.
    Teach a group at a time - they will often teach others.
    Start small and move onwards from there.
  • Utilise the downtimes.
    Teach a group at a time - they will often teach others.
    Start small and move onwards from there.
  • Utilise the downtimes.
    Teach a group at a time - they will often teach others.
    Start small and move onwards from there.
  • Utilise the downtimes.
    Teach a group at a time - they will often teach others.
    Start small and move onwards from there.
  • Sometimes you need to change the size to fit your template.
  • Sometimes you need to change the size to fit your template.
  • Sometimes you need to change the size to fit your template.
  • Sometimes you need to change the size to fit your template.
  • Sometimes you need to change the size to fit your template.
  • Transcript

    • 1. Blogging... Basics & Beyond
    • 2. We will cover... * Purpose - why/what? * What’s already out there? * Cybersafety * Tips, Tricks and Tools
    • 3. Purpose
    • 4. Showcasing work
    • 5. Showcasing work A Worldwide Audience
    • 6. To show work beyond the 4 walls of our classroom and for students to gain a knowledge of their world. Showcasing work A Worldwide Audience
    • 7. What is the purpose for your class blog?
    • 8. What’s already out there?
    • 9. Woodmonstas - http://woodmonstas.blogspot.com/ Conversations
    • 10. Room 9, Nelson Central School - http://room9writing2009.blogspot.com To Write
    • 11. Moturoa - http://moturoa.blogspot.com/ Home-School Partnerships
    • 12. Wocket Spot, Russell Street School - http://thewocketspot.edublogs.org/ Communication
    • 13. Showcase Work Mega25 - http://room25eps.blogspot.com
    • 14. Developing Core Areas Room 10 - http://pesteam2.blogspot.com/
    • 15. Sharing Class Learning Room 10, Grey Lynn School - http://room10greylynn.blogspot.com/
    • 16. Extending Class Learning Woodmonstas - http://woodmonstas.blogspot.com/
    • 17. Current Events Tanielu, Pt England School - http://pestanielut.blogspot.com
    • 18. Student Voice Room 16, Grey Lynn School - http://room16greylynn.blogspot.com/
    • 19. Worldwide Audience Mega25 - http://mega25.blogspot.com
    • 20. Worldwide Audience Mega25 - http://mega25.blogspot.com
    • 21. Worldwide Audience Mega25 - http://mega25.blogspot.com
    • 22. Worldwide Audience Mega25 - http://mega25.blogspot.com
    • 23. Do you know what makes a good blog?
    • 24. Do you know what makes a good blog? Student Ownership
    • 25. Do you know what makes a good blog? Student Purpose Ownership
    • 26. Do you know what makes a good blog? Student Purpose Original Ownership
    • 27. Do you know what makes a good blog? Visuals Student Purpose Original Ownership
    • 28. Do you know what makes a good blog? Visuals Student Purpose Original Ownership Informative
    • 29. Do you know what makes a good blog? Visuals Student Purpose Original Ownership Layout Informative
    • 30. Do you know what makes a good blog? Visuals Creative Student Purpose Original Ownership Layout Informative
    • 31. Do you know what makes a good blog? Visuals Up To Date Creative Student Purpose Original Ownership Layout Informative
    • 32. Do you know what makes a good blog? Visuals Up To Date Creative Student Purpose Original Ownership Layout Conversations Informative
    • 33. Digital Footprint
    • 34. Cybersafety
    • 35. Cybersafety Naming Issues: Initials? First? Made up names?
    • 36. Cybersafety Naming Issues: Initials? First? Made up names? Photographing: Do you have permission? Students in the background?
    • 37. Cybersafety Naming Issues: Initials? First? Made up names? Photographing: Do you have permission? Students in the background? Comments: Are you moderating them? RSS or moderation.
    • 38. Content...
    • 39. Content... Kids create the content.
    • 40. Content... Kids create the content. If images are taken... attribute back to the site No difference from copying text!
    • 41. Content... Kids create the content. If images are taken... attribute back to the site No difference from copying text! Even better, attribute to: Creative Commons licensed work
    • 42. Content... Kids create the content. If images are taken... attribute back to the site No difference from copying text! Even better, attribute to: Creative Commons licensed work
    • 43. Tips, Tricks and Too
    • 44. Tips...
    • 45. Tips... Know the purpose for your blog.
    • 46. Tips... Know the purpose for your blog. Know your cybersafety policies!
    • 47. Tips... Know the purpose for your blog. Know your cybersafety policies! Have a class online work contract.
    • 48. Tips... Know the purpose for your blog. Know your cybersafety policies! Have a class online work contract. Read other student blogs (You+Students).
    • 49. Tips... Know the purpose for your blog. Know your cybersafety policies! Have a class online work contract. Read other student blogs (You+Students). Leave comments on other blogs.
    • 50. Tips... Know the purpose for your blog. Know your cybersafety policies! Have a class online work contract. Read other student blogs (You+Students). Leave comments on other blogs. Set up a feedjit or cluster map.
    • 51. Tips... Know the purpose for your blog. Know your cybersafety policies! Have a class online work contract. Read other student blogs (You+Students). Leave comments on other blogs. Set up a feedjit or cluster map. Teach it clearly and honestly.
    • 52. Tips... Know the purpose for your blog. Know your cybersafety policies! Have a class online work contract. Read other student blogs (You+Students). Leave comments on other blogs. Set up a feedjit or cluster map. Teach it clearly and honestly. Don’t rush - A good blog takes time!
    • 53. Students Online * Be safe Work Agreement * Be mindful of what you say * Be respectful to others * Be informative * Be interesting When we write on the web the whole world can see it. What we say, the pictures we post, or the videos we share give anyone who reads it a good or bad view of me. Anything we share can be saved and viewed by others forever. Because of all of this, we need to make sure that the impression we give to others who read our work is a good one, and we promise that: * Our writing will be a true description of places, events, people, or our thoughts or feelings. * We will treat people who read and reply to our work kindly, even if we disagree with what they write. * We will never share personal information about ourselves, such as our name, photo, age, address, my parents’ names, etc. *We will not use bad language, pictures, or videos. We know that we are the only people who is responsible for the things written or included in our online work. We will do our best to make sure it is all correct and appropriate, including keeping track of the comments we receive. If anything is posted that is inappropriate, offensive, or dangerous, we will notify our teacher as quickly as possible. We will also take full responsibility for any good or bad consequences.
    • 54. Tricks...
    • 55. Tricks... Utilise the downtimes - Set up a roster. (roll, SSR, teacher reading)
    • 56. Tricks... Utilise the downtimes - Set up a roster. (roll, SSR, teacher reading) Start by teaching a group - embed in your programme. Get students to teach students - set up experts!
    • 57. Tricks... Utilise the downtimes - Set up a roster. (roll, SSR, teacher reading) Start by teaching a group - embed in your programme. Get students to teach students - set up experts! Teach keywords/tagging from the start.
    • 58. Tricks... Utilise the downtimes - Set up a roster. (roll, SSR, teacher reading) Start by teaching a group - embed in your programme. Get students to teach students - set up experts! Teach keywords/tagging from the start. Explain the cybersafety aspects.
    • 59. Tricks... Utilise the downtimes - Set up a roster. (roll, SSR, teacher reading) Start by teaching a group - embed in your programme. Get students to teach students - set up experts! Teach keywords/tagging from the start. Explain the cybersafety aspects. Get the kids reading blogs during Reading rotations/rosters.
    • 60. Tricks... Utilise the downtimes - Set up a roster. (roll, SSR, teacher reading) Start by teaching a group - embed in your programme. Get students to teach students - set up experts! Teach keywords/tagging from the start. Explain the cybersafety aspects. Get the kids reading blogs during Reading rotations/rosters. Set up a ‘Blog Of The Week’ - to showcase good work
    • 61. Set up a roster.
    • 62. Tools...
    • 63. Tools... Most Web 2.0 tools e.g. glogster, voicethread, slide.com etc can be embedded into your blog.
    • 64. Tools... Most Web 2.0 tools e.g. glogster, voicethread, slide.com etc can be embedded into your blog. Blogger uploads video’s and images easily without any outside websites.
    • 65. Tools... Most Web 2.0 tools e.g. glogster, voicethread, slide.com etc can be embedded into your blog. Blogger uploads video’s and images easily without any outside websites. Check out the delicious links for more tools.
    • 66. Tools... Most Web 2.0 tools e.g. glogster, voicethread, slide.com etc can be embedded into your blog. Blogger uploads video’s and images easily without any outside websites. Check out the delicious links for more tools. Choose a platform that is right for you - edublogs, blogger, 21 classes etc
    • 67. Tools... Most Web 2.0 tools e.g. glogster, voicethread, slide.com etc can be embedded into your blog. Blogger uploads video’s and images easily without any outside websites. Check out the delicious links for more tools. Choose a platform that is right for you - edublogs, blogger, 21 classes etc All links available from... http://delicious.com/hey.milly/ eastnetbloggingworkshop
    • 68. Photos Used Under CC: Web - foxypar4 Pudu on Comp - Lizette Greco Kids on comp - edenpictures Comp & feet - foreversouls Blue Kid - Alohamumma Why? - Annnna World - bass nroll Train - L’Enfant Terrible Footprints - Vu Bui Kid by lake - MrsGooding CC Logos - Creative Commons
    • 69. Thanks to: @keamac, dorothyjburt, sharpjacqui, pam_thompson, janenicholls, trottersky, cheesynz, NZwaikato, betchaboy, jshe (all to be found on twitter) http://heymilly.blogspot.com all links and support material can be found at: http://delicious.com/hey.milly/eastnetbloggingworkshop

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