Getting Teachers Started

The idea behind this blog is to help you experience blogging yourself before jumping in. Here are some suggestions for your introduction to blogging:
  • Start by posting comments to these blog entries to see how it works. Notice the rules for comments, posted on the comments screen. Use your initials or your first name only. A good place to start is in the Good Ideas for Blogging section.
  • Take a look at some of the student blog samples in the Resources section on the left side of the page.
  • Feel free to submit an idea for posting, via the link in the sidebar. This information is collected in a GoogleDoc and reviewed by the blogmaster.
When you are ready to set up your own blog, contact me for information on setting up the blog to safely monitor everything that is posted.

Be sure to check out the resources in the sidebar of this blog for guided learning challenges.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for creating this site and I want to share this with my fellow teachers. The students love to be on computers and I feel that many students who have challenges with handwriting or writing and also love computers will be more inclined to write on blogs.


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