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Teaching With Blogs
Teaching With Blogs
Teaching With Blogs
Teaching With Blogs
Teaching With Blogs
Teaching With Blogs
Teaching With Blogs
Teaching With Blogs
Teaching With Blogs
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Teaching With Blogs

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a short view of the use of blogs in teaching and learning

a short view of the use of blogs in teaching and learning

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  • 1. TEACHING AND LEARNING WITH BLOGS
  • 2. Teaching and Learning Blog Environment TEACHER’S BLOG * Subject/topic information * Guidelines * Updates * Resources links * Motivation messages * Notification of events STUDENT BLOGS * Progress * Requests * Reflections * Resources links * Observations * Portfolio of work PROJECT BLOGS * Progress reports * Problems * Issues * Solutions * Roles GROUP BLOGS Discussion forum for: * Topics * Issues * Challenges * Solutions * Problems
  • 3. Example of a T & L Blog Environment http:// democracymatters.blogspot.com /
  • 4. S T U D E N T B L O G S P R O J E C T R E S U L T S
  • 5. [email_address] PAGEFLAKES AS AN AGGREGATOR FOR STUDENT BLOGS
  • 6. CATEGORIES eMail Subscribe SEARCH FACILITY BANNER PROFILE POSTS Title – Readable – Focused Relevant – Personable Original - Links BLOG DESIRABLES
  • 7. We celebrate the blogosphere because it embraces frank and open conversation. But frankness does not have to mean lack of civility. We present this Blogger Code of Conduct in hopes that it helps create a culture that encourages both personal expression and constructive conversation. Blog Code of Conduct From: Tim O’Reilly at “O’Reilly Radar” http://radar.oreilly.com/archives/2007/04/draft_bloggers_1.html
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  • 9. BLOG TRENDS

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