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WordPress es una de las plataformas más usadas por profesores y investigadores académicos a la hora de trabajar y enseñar online. Para mejorar su usabilidad y productividad existen interesantes plugins pensados para el campo de la educación. Un plug-in es básicamente una aplicación que permite complementar las funcionalidades o el contenido que por defecto te encuentras en un blog o página web de WordPress. En general son de fácil instalación y aquí puedes encontrar algunos de los mejores desarrollados: 1. Classblogs
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You've seen the word, you've seen the web sites and you may even have one. But have you ever wondered: What's the big deal about blogs? To make sense of blogs, you have to think about the news and who makes it. We'll look at news in the 20th vs. the 21st century to make our point. In the 20th century, the news was produced professionally. When news happened, reporters wrote the stories and a tiny group of people decided what appeared in a newspaper or broadcast.
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This post originally appeared over at our blog resource centre, For Bloggers By Bloggers . I wanted to share it here as I thought you might find it useful, as well as share some of the free resources we offer over at FBBB. Feel free to pop on over and check the rest of For Bloggers By Bloggers out! As a blogger, you know that sometimes the hardest thing to do is come up with content for your blog. Finding ideas for your blog (especially if you want to post regularly) can often lead to you not blogging at all, because you start hitting the wall when it comes to what to blog about.
One of the tougher tasks I’ve had to accomplish as I’ve taken the leadership road is that of providing professional development for adult learners. I never thought about it as a teacher, but I can now say I truly appreciate the work of folks who provide quality professional development for groups of educators. You see…we educators are a tough crowd. You would think that folks who spend their days educating K-12 students would in turn be model students in a professional development setting. I figured out very quickly that wasn’t the case once I stepped into the world of education as a teacher and then an administrator. This isn’t because teachers and principals are bad students.