Over the last several days I’ve been going over your blog assignment and what I expect from you. As we’ve discussed one thing that makes a post better is to include a picture. Especially if you are writing your post
I wanted to share with everyone two really amazing examples of students who have only this week walked into my classroom and have already shown what they are made of. If you want to see what an amazing scribe post
A blogger/educator that I follow is Richard Byrne. He has great tips about everything, but I think his 11 Things You Should Know About Blogging post is highly relevant to all of my students. You are all bloggers now, and
I really like this post that give 4 Tips for Serious Bloggers. Most of you can’t do anything about your typography, but the others are worth noting, and it’s a quick read.
Many students have asked me about my “online photo” or gravatar. If you want to create your own go to Gravatar.com. Once you create one it will follow you all over the web. Pretty nifty.
Here are examples of superb weekly reader assingments: Andrew’s Blog Bee’s Buzz Hey Valerie Dougmatic I Started This Blog… Tommy’s Blog Lianne’s Blog How The World Would Be… Bradical (this is very exceptional!) The Trench (good job giving your opinion!)
Boys and girls…YOUR WEEKLY READER MUST BE PUT ON YOUR HOME PAGE AS POSTS. IF YOU DO IT ANY OTHER WAY IT WILL NOT GET FED TO MY RSS READER AND YOU WILL NOT GET CREDIT FOR DOING IT!! THIS
Some things to look at before you post your weekly reader: 1. Make sure your weekly reader is in a post, not a page. 2. Make sure you have either tagged, or categorized your post with “weekly reader”. 3. Make