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Welcome to Student Blogging Challenge (March) 2010!

All about having fun, improving blogging and reflective writing skills while connecting with a global audience!

Now into our 3rd Year and 4th Challenge!

We provide weekly tasks for 10 weeks that are like a buffet — you pick and choose what works best for you while we guide you and your students through the process!

Your students don’t need their own blog! You can do the activities using your class blog or by commenting on other class and student blogs.

Blogging Challenge

The Student Blogging Challenge is coordinated by Sue Wyatt and Sue Waters.

You can read more about it  here:

  1. About the student challenge
  2. Student Blogging Challenge FAQs

Register Your Class!

We’ve opened registration for teachers to register their class to participate in the challenge which starts in March.

We’ll be inviting individual student bloggers to register next week!

Follow these THREE simple steps to register (Teachers Only!):

STEP 1:  Add your email address to our mailing list

Complete the form below.

We’ll be using this to send classes newsletters without Sue Waters or Miss Wyatt having to do separate emails.


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STEP 2:  Register Your Class Using the Google Form

Complete the Google Form below by adding your Name, Class Blog URL, Country and Student Age.

Please register from home if you can’t see the Google Form on your school network.

STEP 3:  Check your class details!

Go to the March 2010 Classes page and confirm your class details are correct.

Please leave a comment on Miss Wyatt’s post or mine if you are having any problems or need to ask questions!

FINAL THOUGHTS

We’ll be inviting individual student bloggers to register next week!

Here’s some tasks that will help prepare your class blog for the Challenge:

  1. Week 1 – Create A Class Blog
  2. Week 2:  Set Up Your Blogging Rules and Guidelines
  3. Week 3 – Add A Visitor Tracking Widget To Your Blog Sidebar
  4. Week 4 – Add your student blogs to your blogroll
  5. Week 5 – Add Students To Your Class Blog So They Can Write Posts

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  1. hey I am a studnet from gems world academy

    you have a very nice blog and alot of visiters!

    my class grade5p has a blog as well please visit http://www.g5dragons.edublogs.org

    Thank you

  2. Pingback: Student Blogging Challenge – Time for students to register their personal blogs | The Edublogger

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