Sample MSAP Blog Post

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Sample MSAP Blog Post

  1. 1. 1. Name of project2. School Name3.Your Name4. Grade Level5. PROVIDE a link to YOUR BLOGPROVIDE a link to the STUDENTS BLOGGING AREA (Kidblog)6. Content Area: writing, reading, response to variety of prompts, personal narratives, etc. 7. Standards it addresses 8. Project Groupings: Individuals Blogs9. Description of projectEx: Student Blogging Project A. Purpose of Blogging B. Why you want wanted your students to blog C. How you modeled with your blog. D. What is academic value to your students? Ex. Reading, writing, spelling, collaboration, responding to the thinking and thoughts of others, internet etiquette, word-processing skills, having a voice, etc. Etc Continued on next page
  2. 2. 10. Photos of kids using their netbooks.11. Photos of you instructing from the Promethean board on the blogging12. List the (6) prompts or blogging activities13. Screenshot a few of some of your spotlighted blogs w responses for varietyof reasons:(Suggestions) A. Good content, writing ability B. ESL student beginning to improve their writing ,etc C. Poor or reluctant writers/readers wanting to write and read more (maybe) D. Shy student opportunity to have a voice. E. Interesting student comments F. Your responses or encouragements and how the student improved their next entry G. Parent involvement H. School peers involved. I. Perhaps future national or global involvement through a safe commenting portal. (I will give you a source on Monday. They are mention on Twitter a lot) 14. Technology supplies Needed / Resources Used supplied by MSAP -netbooks -Promethean board -Mac teacher laptop -digital camera -MS Office-Thinking Maps-Etc 15. Site Staff Resources (whomever you needed for this project ) Michelle Bryant- Magnet Resource Teacher Reba Gordon Matthews- Computer Lab Teacher/Site Ed Tech/ NASA Explorer School Team Leader Michael Cook- Science Lab Teacher Marisa Ramirez- Engineering Lab Teacher Steve Harris and/or Dondi Jones- Network System Technician 16. THEN YOU ARE DONE!!!!

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