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The big list of free Kindle tools. Top 10 Blogging Dos and Don’ts. By Guest Blogger If you are a beginning blogger or are a seasoned blogging vet, you may occasionally need a blogging tip to help you create content or to get you back on track.

Top 10 Blogging Dos and Don’ts

However, if you are a new blogger you might need a lot more help. Regardless of how long you have been blogging, the following dos and don’ts can help you to be a bigger blogging success. DO post regularly. This blogging tip may be old news, but if you are a new blogger you may not really know what regularly means. This article is provided by Kevin Moor who writes for different sites, which inter alias are working to find perfect uninstaller. About the author: This post was contributed by a guest author or interviewee. Creating Blogs and Websites. This page is where you can find resources related to my presentations about creating effective blogs and websites to complement instruction.

Creating Blogs and Websites

How to create a Blogger blog. How to turn on comment moderation in Blogger. How to add or subtract contributors to your Blogger blog. How to create an Edublogs blog. How to create a Wordpress.com blog. How to create a Posterous blog. The Basics of Creating and Editing a Wikispaces Wiki.More, including a video tutorial, about using Wikispaces. Creating a Google Sites website. Ten Options for Creating Websites. Yola (formerly Synthasite) is the tool that I am currently using to build websites for my department and other departments in my high school. Webs (formerly Free Webs) is another service that I have first-hand experience with in a school setting because my girlfriend (a teacher in another school district) uses it for her classes. Snap Pages provides a free service as well as a premium service for creating your custom website.

New page. Ipads In The Classroom – Christmas Reflection - Keith Rispin » Keith Rispin. A student asked me last week if I was going to “do the iPad thing next year” and strangely I said yes without hesitation.

Ipads In The Classroom – Christmas Reflection - Keith Rispin » Keith Rispin

You would think after all the frustrations I have had and all the bellyaching I have done over this little digital device, I would have at least gave him a five second “ummmmmm” before I answered. When I think about it though, it is a no brainer. I have been given the opportunity by the powers that be, to break new ground in the brave new world of education. Plus, I love technology! God forbid a solar flare should knock out all electronics on earth, I would be doomed both in and out of the classroom. As much as I would love to say that the iPad experience has been GREAT! Kidding! We did do a number of good things this term and I will share at some point, I promise but it seems that people want to know about our difficulties so they can steer clear of them or fix them.

This wasn’t necessarily a bad thing and we actually learned something from it: Cheers! Tools of the trade. Just Trying to be Better Than Yesterday. Visual Note Taking / Sketchnotes.