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    • BLOGGING IN THE INTERMEDIATE CLASSROOM Presented by Hugh McDonald (@hughtheteacher) hughtheteacher.wordpress.com Created in Collaboration with Gallit Zvi (@gallit_z) Walnut Road Elementary Pro-D September 24, 2012
    • “Blogging Opens the Door to aWorld of Wonder, Creation, Reflecting, Learning, & Possibilities”
    • LEARNING & SHARING
    • LEARNING & SHARING
    • 15 REASONS TO BLOG WITH STUDENTS 1. They have an Actual Audience to Write Forhttp://www.pernilleripp.com/2011/10/why-students-should-blog-my-top-10.html http://photomatt7.wordpress.com/2011/10/01/reasons-to-blog/
    • 2. Teacher can TrackTheir Writing Progress
    • 3. It Opens a Dialogue
    • 4. It Establishes theirInternet Identity in a Safe Manner
    • 5. They Teach Each Other
    • 6. They are Global Citizens & Global Collaborators
    • 7. Transparency
    • 8. They Become Aware of Themselves as Writers
    • 9. Blogging levels the playingfield for kids who don’t like to write in the traditional way.
    • 10. I Can Easily Check in On Their Learning
    • 11. You can build a writingportfolio for each student on their terms
    • 12. Give them a Voice(Own their Learning)
    • 13. Blogging is Cross- Curricular
    • 14. Blogging isAssessment for Learning
    • 15. Blogging createsInstant Engagement
    • T I M E TO S E T U P A C L A S S B L O G www.Kidblog.org
    • SHARE YOUR BLOG#comments4kids #quadblogging#classblogs
    • JOIN QUADBLOGGINGwww.quadblogging.netFour elementary schools come together to explain the conceptof QuadBlogging! : http://tinyurl.com/ctgchno
    • Facebook – Teaching Ideas Group