So...You Wanna Be A Blogger. So this is a blog.
Yep. It really is, or at least I want it to be. This is a space for me to reflect, share, learn and grow with anyone who stops by. It has been a wonderful experience for me and I really do enjoy working on this. Besides the professional growth, blogs can be a wonderful addition to any classroom too. So you are thinking? Fear not kind reader! First, you are going to need a space. Blogger-This is my platform of choice. And there are apps for all these so you can blog on the go.
Still confused with all the options and how to get the most of of what you choose? Ok. So you have your space all set up and you have a working knowledge of how things work. Maybe you are thinking about staying away from the personal reflection stuff (although I really, really encourage it) and you want to do just a Class Blog or have your students blogging. So how about some more resources? This is just a handful of everything I have collected about blogs and blogging.
Safe Student Blogging via iPad « techgirljenny. We love KidBlog.org because it offers a safe way for students to blog, allowing teachers to maintain control over posted content.
Unfortunately, KidBlog does not have an app for students using iPads in school. However, after doing a little research, I discovered that students can use the WordPress app to publish to KidBlog! You can download the FREE WordPress app here: I enjoy using the WordPress iOS app when I am on the go and cannot create blog posts on the web. I can use my iPad or iPhone to moderate comments, create or edit posts and pages, and add images or videos with ease. OhLife helps you remember what's happened in your life.
Blogs, Wikis, and Google Docs:Which one is right for your lesson? All of My Blogging Advice in One Place. So...You Wanna Be A Teacher Blogger? So this is a blog.
Yep. It really is, or at least I want it to be. This is a space for me to reflect, share, learn and grow with anyone who stops by. It has been a wonderful experience for me and I really do enjoy working on this. Besides the professional growth, blogs can be a wonderful addition to any classroom too. Fear not kind reader! Finding Your Blog Space - for Teachers Or Anyone First, you are going to need a space.
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Have you ever embedded a video in a blog and asked your students to leave a written comment?
Ever thought, “it’d be great if they could leave recorded audio comments too”? If the answer to both these questions is yes, Speakpipe may be just what you’re looking for. By simply pasting a snippet of code into your blog Speakpipe will install a small widget which allows visitors to make voice recordings right from the same browser window. Click here to see an example (the “What do you think?” Widget sits on the right of the screen, feel free to leave a message) … Needless to say, the widget can be used to make recordings on any type of blog content, not just embedded video. Now you’ve got an idea how it works, watch this quick tutorial which shows you how to install the widget … … that wasn’t too difficult, was it?
Another possible inconvenience is the fact that the widget sits on the mainframe of the blog itself, rather than on the pages of individual posts. Like this: Like Loading... HOW TO: Create A Blog. Every. Single. Step. How to Get Started Using Posterous Spaces.