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Educational Uses Of Blogs and Tags


A collection of ideas for uses of blogs in the classroom.

A collection of ideas for uses of blogs in the classroom.

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  • 1. Educational Uses of Blogs and Tags Compiled by Diana Dell SqoolTechs, LLC
  • 2. Complete writing assignments of all kinds in all subject areas.
  • 3. Create an ongoing portfolio of samples of student writing.
  • 4. Allow students to express opinions on topics being studied in class.
  • 5. Allow students to write comments, opinions, or questions on daily news items, current events or issues of interest.
  • 6. Allow students to discuss activities they did in class and tell what they think about them.
  • 7. Have students write about class topics, using subject area vocabulary words.
  • 8. Provide a way for students to showcase their best writing pieces.
  • 9. Showcase the student created products of project-based learning.
  • 10. Have students write reactions to thought-provoking questions, photos, or videos that you post.
  • 11. Create an online book club.
  • 12. Show case student art, poetry, and creative stories.
  • 13. Create a collection of story starters.
  • 14. Allow your class to communicate with another class somewhere else in the world.
  • 15. Create a class newsletter, using student-written articles and student photography.
  • 16. Appoint a weekly class scribe to write a “week in review” posting.
  • 17. Use the blog as a reading response journal.
  • 18. Post a statement with no supporting facts. Ask students to find facts to support or refute the opinion, using links to reliable web sites and their own persuasive explanations.
  • 19. Resources: Uses of Blogs in Education Blog Ideas for the Classroom Blogs in the Classroom
  • 20. This slideshow is a part of a workshop entitled “Reading, Writing, and VLEs” provided by SqoolTechs, LLC. To access the full workshop, visit , and create a free account.