Students Find Success Blogging Online

Tweet These last few weeks have proven to be an exciting opportunity for my students.  Overall, they LOVE blogging.  Whether they have stuck to completing only the writing assignments I’ve given them or have posted multiple posts on their own, each student has proven to themselves (and to me) that they can write quality work […]

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Getting Students Blogging Online – a rundown of blogging features

Tweet The next step to getting students to blog after showing them the process with paper blogs and assuring students’ safety online is to get them onto their own blog!  I am using Kidblog.org.  Many of my PLN use this as well.  It is proven to be a safe site, is teacher friendly and can […]

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Computer Literacy is as Important for Students as it is for Teachers

Tweet Today, we bring you a guest post from Elaine Hirsch.  Here she discusses the importance of teacher training in technology and the importance of making sure tech training is in the schools for students too. ~EMP The Indiana Department of Education recently reported a series of Classroom Innovation Grants from state businesses designed to […]

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Students Blogging Safely Online

Tweet My students are now blogging online!  It’s quite exciting.  We started by working through the blogging concept and process using paper blogs and a week later, we put those same ideas on our class blog. But first, we needed to make sure we were safe!  In fact, I first had to have multiple meetings […]

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Making Paper Blogs to Prepare for the Online Experience

Tweet I’ve decided to take my students on a fun-filled blogging journey for the last few weeks of school.  In some ways I think I might be crazy trying to do this in such little time, but my guts are telling me to, “Just do it!”  I’m glad I listened! I decided to start as […]

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Visiting The World’s Most Renowned Art Museums Through Google Art

Tweet Here is an introduction to a great online tool you can try out in these last weeks of school – Google Art.  And to show you the way, we bring you this guest post.  ~EMP The world possesses some amazing museums, and for students who have aspirations of working in art careers, a visit […]

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Using YouTube to Supplement Lessons

Tweet In the spirit of the end of year and potentially trying something new, we bring you a guest post about how to use YouTube with your teaching.  If you’ve tried it or not, here are some great ideas.  And we welcome your comments on other ideas and challenges of how to bring YouTube into […]

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What to do with the End of the Year

Tweet Let’s face it – the end of the year is here!  If you are like me, there are so many things to think about before we rush out of here:  what was accomplished, what still needs to get done, what you wish you did. What was ACCOMPLISHED As far as accomplishments, there are plenty […]

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Announcing: 2012 Teacher Art Retreat!

Tweet It’s time!  It’s time! Oh yes it is… Time to officially announce the line up for the 2012 Teacher Art Retreat!   I am so happy to post the information many of you have been waiting for – the second annual Teacher Art Retreat is on for August 13-15 (8am-3pm at the Amesbury, MA […]

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