Although all of my students have their own blog, there are a few students who are up for the Student Blogging Challenge hosted by Edublogs. These students have shown a desire to improve their blogging skills and put in some extra effort on their blogs beyond what is required in my classroom. Their blogs are [...]
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This week, I would like for you to add the following to your blogs: *A widget to find out where your commenters are coming from. *Create an avatar for your blog *Write a post about “My Place” *Click on the link below for more directions and ideas for you blog Challenge 2: My Place.
There are many benefits of blogging. I could go on and on about the educational benefits of blogging and having students blog. Instead, I’d like to tell you about my favorite benefit of blogging-connecting with people from all over the world! Where else can you learn about different places, cultures, and people-and actually get to [...]
Welcome to our class blog! If you are here from the Student Blogging Challenge, we hope that you stick around for a while and make yourself at home! Check out our posts and our student blogs to get to know a little bit about us. Each student also has their own individual blog where [...]
Welcome to my blog! I teach 7th grade Language Arts at McDowell Exchange School in the Logan Elm School district. I previously taught 5th grade at Laurelville Elementary (in the same district)-math for the last three years and language arts prior to that.
My hope is that this blog serves as a sort of newsletter for our class, keeping parents and students informed of class news and assignments for our Language Arts Class. I also intend for it to be a place where students can share their writing and their thoughts on books that they are reading.
In March 2009, my blog was showcased by Sue Walters on The Edublogger site. As a result, this blog has had visitors from all around the world. It has been so exciting to see new dots appear on my clustr map! (see the clustr map below as of 9/24/09) Thanks again, Sue!
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