getting your school started with    bloggingLyn Hilt * @l_hilt * http://lynhilt.com          lynhilt@gmail.com
resources for today’s webinar found here:http://tinyurl.com/bloggingLHblogging blogging blogging
A blog...•   is a form of communication•   is a website with entries called posts•includes features such as comments andhy...
Why blog?• Develop and strengthen communication skills• Great platform for reflection• Interactive: two-way communication e...
Which platform to use?
Setting the stage.
Preparing students.
Parents as partners.
For admin to consider.• Accounts and passwords• Student blogging guidelines/district policies• Sharing permissions• Approv...
Resources shared.http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3290/2855720793_7d22db791e.jpghttp://suewaters.com/category/tips-for-better...
Thanks for joining me! Contact me with any questions or needs!      Lyn Hilt   @l_hilt on TwitterBlog: http://lynhilt.com ...
Getting Your School Started with Blogging
Getting Your School Started with Blogging
Getting Your School Started with Blogging
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for August 13, 2012 Simple K12 webinar

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Getting Your School Started with Blogging

  1. 1. getting your school started with bloggingLyn Hilt * @l_hilt * http://lynhilt.com lynhilt@gmail.com
  2. 2. resources for today’s webinar found here:http://tinyurl.com/bloggingLHblogging blogging blogging
  3. 3. A blog...• is a form of communication• is a website with entries called posts•includes features such as comments andhyperlinked text to increase user interactivity• can include embedded images and HTML• is easy to set up and maintain!
  4. 4. Why blog?• Develop and strengthen communication skills• Great platform for reflection• Interactive: two-way communication encouraged• Writing shared with an authentic audience• Promotes digital citizenship and building a positive digitalfootprint• Collaborative opportunities and global connections
  5. 5. Which platform to use?
  6. 6. Setting the stage.
  7. 7. Preparing students.
  8. 8. Parents as partners.
  9. 9. For admin to consider.• Accounts and passwords• Student blogging guidelines/district policies• Sharing permissions• Approval processes for posts and comments• Managing and sharing feeds - RSS is your friend
  10. 10. Resources shared.http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3290/2855720793_7d22db791e.jpghttp://suewaters.com/category/tips-for-better-blogging/http://www.flickr.com/photos/travelinlibrarian/317055520/http://www.techlearning.com/default.aspx?tabid=67&entryid=479http://suewaters.com/files/2009/10/bloggingcycle.jpghttp://studenthacks.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/blogging.jpghttp://www.flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/4595386436/http://roccapuccia.com/2012/01/blogging-mantra/keep-calm-and-blog-2/http://jasonrenshaw.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83452d45869e2015438246251970c-800wi
  11. 11. Thanks for joining me! Contact me with any questions or needs! Lyn Hilt @l_hilt on TwitterBlog: http://lynhilt.com Email: lynhilt@gmail.com

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