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Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
Blogging Techniques For The Classroom
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  • Blog, or web log, technology has become a popular way for individuals and groups to create a web presence.  Often it is described as an online journal. Like-minded bloggers often group together to share ideas, comment on each other’s posts, and generally create a sense of community.A weblog, also called a blog, is an easily created and updateable website that allows people to publish to the Internet instantly. They can be an online diary or journal that is updated once a day. The information can be written by the site owner or contributed by users. Web logs tend to have many hyperlinks to other websites. These other websites are related to the subject or theme of the blog. Weblogs also allow feedback from readers. They offer collaboration by joining many readers and writers from diverse geographic, political, and socioeconomic groups in one place.
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    • 1. Blogging Techniques for the classroom
      Suryaveer Singh
      UNESCO Innovation in ICT in Education Award 2008
      http://exploringgeography.wikispaces.com
      http://mygeographylearning.blogspot.com
      http://ictinclassrooms.blogspot.com
    • 2. What is a blog?
      Weblog – we blog – Blog
      Web presence
      an online journal
      Share ideas
      Create a sense
      of community
      publish to the
      Internet instantly
      Comment / Feedback from readers
      Hyperlinks to other websites
    • 3. Blogging Tools?
      https://www.blogger.com/
      http://wordpress.com/
      http://www.edublogs.org/
    • 4. Blogging activities include:
      Analysis of information and reflections on classroom readings,
      Sharing of resources,
      Class journaling
    • 5. Daily log of class events. About the homework or a next day activity.
      An extension of class discussions. Students can post comments about certain topics, and other students can respond or start new ones.
    • 6. Students can post entries into a classroom blog.
    • 7. Students can download the reading materials and explore hyperlinks.
    • 8. The instant publishing on blogs makes students more able and willing to read, write, and discuss about the world around them.
    • 9. How a teacher actually uses a blog with his / her students?
    • 10.
      • Blogs as an administration tool
      Figure : This diagram represents the use of blogs as a one-way communication device.
    • 11.
      • Blogs as a discussion tool
      A representation of the blogs as a discussion tool
    • 12.
      • Blogs as a Publication Tool
      Here students have their own blogs, which the teachers track.
    • 13. All the BestThank You!

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