- How to create a blog on Blogger
- Managing academic blogs
- Ideas for blog posts
- How to find and work with free media
- A glossary of blogging terminology
Okay, so you’ve been thinking about creating a blog to use in your classroom, but you don’t know how. Maybe you started a blog once, but somewhere along the line you abandoned the effort and you want to get back on track. Perhaps you have a blog that you’re using regularly now and you want to take it to the next level. If any of those scenarios apply to you, you’ve come to the right place. This guide will take you through the nuts and bolts of creating and maintaining a blog for academic use. More importantly, this guide will take you through strategies for using blogs as a regular part of your instruction and your students’ learning. Along with the “how to” and “what to do” you’ll learn about some of the mistakes I’ve made over the years and how to avoid them.
About the Author
Richard Byrne is a Google Certified Teacher and author of the award-winning blog Free Technology for Teachers. Free Technology for Teachers received the Edublogs Award for Best Resource Sharing Blog in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012. In 2012 Richard received a MERLOT Classics award for contributions to helping educators discover and use educational technology. In 2010 Richard was a finalist for ACTEM Technology Educator of the Year. Richard has spoken at numerous conferences and schools in North America and Europe.
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