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The use of blogs in education
The power of blogs: the four Cs Communicate Create Collaborate Connect
Defining blogs A blog is an electronic file that contains links, reviews, opinions and reflections of an author arranged chronologically inverse of an item or concept.
What is a blog education or edublog? The Wikipedia defines a blog as an edublog is used for teaching or learning environments for both teachers and students.
Easy to use Free Shared Access from anywhere Multimedia learning Categories List of Links Comments Search Archives Advantages of blogs
The power of blogs
How to create blogs?
Possibilities of items to a project blog
Possibilities Blog or specialized course in a discipline Blog on a topic of academic interest Blog about your professional development (Blogfolio) Blog about the process of effective learning
Possibilities Blog class group (students and teachers) Blog for recent news about some particular subject or discipline Blog of a center or project Blog on experience, practice, or internship
The beautiful and great opportunity:
Communicate My Blog :
The use of blogs in education. The agenda: Define what are blogs Provide examples of their uses in education Begin to develop a blog
The use of blogs in education. What is a blog education or edublog? The Wikipedia defines a blog as an edublog is used for teaching or learning environments.
Blogs. Short for Weblog Blogs are simple web pages often made up short, informal and frequently updated posts.
The fundamental problem in education What the Teacher would like to teach.
Done By: Zeina Alkudmani. What is a Blog? A blog is a discussion or information site published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete entries.
Writing in Blogs: Developing Your Students’ Digital Fluency while strengthening traditional literacy skills.
Fostering an Online Learning Environment to Develop Literacy Skills Julie Lindsay Head of Technology International School Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Moodle, Blogs, Wikis and More Exploring Web 2.0 Tools: The 2nd Generation of the World Wide Web.
Presenter: Samantha Instructor: Kate Student ID:
Web Authoring: Creating an Educational Blog David Wicks Assistant Professor Director of ITS 1.
Working with Images Introducing VoiceThread
What is a blog? “Web log” In simple terms, a blog is a web page where what you write goes in chronological order on the front page Author can write, viewers.
About Blogs Blog Pic used with permission from the good folks at:
Lena Arena ICT Consultant, Sydney Region Creating Collaborative Blogs and Wikis.
Gurleen Ahluwalia Lecturer in Communication Skills BBSBEC, Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab.
To BLOG or Not to BLOG? Created by Jan North Mansfield ISD (used by permission)
Blogging in the K-12 Classroom Presented by Brynn Beavers CIED 7160.
Blogs Tulane Faculty Symposium on Digital Trends Presented by the Innovative Learning Center July 10, 2007.
Study Blogging Concept. 1.Define Blog 2.Identify types of Blogging.
Creating an E-Portfolio: Getting Started. Course Outline What is an E-Portfolio? Why create an E-Portfolio? Advantages of an E-Portfolio The E-Portfolio.
Self-Assessment and Peer-Assessment You may not have been previously exposed to self and peer assessment within education. This is a great opportunity.
Using Blogs in the Classroom Presented By: Patrick Egan.
CREATE, IMPLEMENT AND ENJOY! Blogs,Wikis & RSS Readers.
Blogs Education in. Source:
Wikis and Blogs: Applications for Educational Environments Nina McHale Assistant Professor/Web Librarian Auraria Library.
Web 2.0 Using Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and other Web-based Learning Tools.
Edublogs.org Lesley Raymond. Why use Edublogs? Free! (+ other versions with more features) Easy to use Easy access to students’ blogs Insert pictures.
How to use save codes with TaLe and TaLe4Students 15/12/2015Teaching and Learning exchange |
Kendra Hunter & Charde Johnson EDUC Dr. M. Kariuki.
BLOGS IN EDUCATION. BLOGS WIKIS DISCUSSION FORUMS.
Blogs in the Classroom Todd W. Jorns Senior Director for Educational Technology Illinois Community College Board.
Blogs in Education 101. Contraction of web log, it is: a personal log of thoughts published on a Web page online writing published periodically. Readers.
Theresa Gabor, CCCOE Web 2.0 What You Need to Know.
Wikis, Blogs and Podcasts EESL 650 TECH-CONNECTIONS.
A Tutorial By Jennifer Wagner
A CASE STUDY IN TEACHING TRANSFORMATION by. THIS!
Boston University Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching and IS&T Why Use ePortfolios? Janelle Heineke CEIT Teaching Talk Fall 2012.
Blogging for Students and Teachers Ben Smith and Jared Mader Red Lion Area School District Tuesday, July 1, 2008.
BACHELOR IN ENGLISH AS A FOREING LANGUAGE Course: Technology in Teaching English as a Foreign Language technological resources in education Name: Yesid.
GROUP ASSIGNMENT By Lua, Thuy, Viet & Hung BLOGS AND YOUR LEARNING ENGLISH.
Blogging In Language Teaching A beginnner’s guide to the wonderful world of weblogs!
Take a minute… Think about the people that your work with.
Prepared for USDLA April2008 Dena Faust Instructional Technologist Alvin Community College.
Techtorial Objective: To learn more about the exciting ways that technology is being used in classrooms across South Dakota.
The ABC ’s of PLN’s Presented By: Marti Sides, M.Ed., M.T.T.
ICT Workshop Departmental-use Dr. Hoda Baytiyeh-Naja The American University of Beirut.
Are you Ready for 21st Century Teaching and Learning? It isn’t just “coming”… it has arrived!
Using wikis in education Diana Quinn. What is a wiki? Wiki - Hawaiian word meaning 'fast' –fast and easy to edit web pages for groups –parallel discussion.
Web + logs = Weblogs or Blogs Teaching and Learning with Technology March 16.
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