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The Student Blogging Challenge is a free and open collaborative project that runs for 10 weeks twice each year.

And the next series starts next week, so now is your chance to register and get involved!

Students and classes that participate work through a set of challenge activities that build blogging skills and foster collaboration by all involved.

Quick facts:

  • Anyone can participate using any blogging platform
  • All levels of blogging skills welcome – complete beginners encouraged to join
  • Teachers can tailor the challenges or incorporate theme however needed to fit in your time frame and curriculum

This post wouldn’t be complete without recognizing the tireless efforts of the volunteer coordinator of the challanges, Sue Wyatt. From everyone involved, we can’t thank you enough!

Don’t miss out! 


About Ronnie Burt

Manages the Edublogs and CampusPress services. Former secondary math teacher and wannabe musician. Follow me on twitter @ronnieburt!


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  3. Would this work for students who have pre-selected their blog themes…and are blogging in Spanish?

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  5. is it still open?
    and as a student, do I have to post about school-or-subject-related-post? or just anything i like?
    and what’s the purpose of this challenge?

    • You’ll definitely be able to jump in on the current challenges – just visit studentchallenge.edublogs.org to see all you need to know :)

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