The idea was simple!
Create a class blog list for educators to use as a resource to get ideas for their own class blog and make connections with classes in other countries.
- It’s still growing
- It’s the most visited page on this blog
But like all good ideas it does take work 😎
So it’s now been updated to ensure that it does remain current and contain resources that are helpful.
This update I’ve looked at how else can I make it a better resource?
Firstly, I wanted to make it easier for you to find the class blogs for the grades and/or subjects you teach.
So I’ve improved the categories to better separate:
- Primary / Elementary into each Grade level
- Secondary / High into subject areas.
Updated All Blogs
Next, I’ve checked every blog on the list and removed any that have been:
- No longer exist
- Are no longer active (haven’t updated within 6 months)
- Have changed their privacy from public to private.
And off course, made sure all new blogs submitted were added to the list.
Class Blogging Since ?
Finally. with over 200 class blogs on the list, I wanted to make a way for you to be able to quickly scan the list while learning more about the age of specific blogs.
So I’ve added an icon next to the older class blogs to show how long that blog has been used as a class blog for.
For example, means the blog has been used for class blogging since 2004 whereas a blog with has been used as a class blog since 2009.
I’m sure others, like myself, will be amazed at how long some of these blogs have been used for class blogging!
Is your Class blog on the List?
You can check out the more information about each class blog in these post:
- Calling All CLASS blogs…Please Share Your Blog URL With Us! (2008) over 250 comments.
- Our Class Blog List Has Been Updated — Is Your Class Blog on The List? (2010) over 190 comments
I’ve now had to close off comments on both those posts so I can make the class blog submissions manageable again.
If you want to add your class blog to this list (or update your class blog details) leave a comment on this post to share with us:
- Your Class Blog name(s) and URL(s).
- Approximate age of students
- What category does the blog belong to? Primary, Secondary, Vocational Education and Training, College, University, Home School? If applicable. what subject areas? Refer to the category list on Our check out Class blogs page.
- Age of class blog. Blogging since?
- Feel free to add other information as educators do refer to comments left to connect with other class blogs!
Please check the Check out Class Blogs list first before providing updated information.
Here’s an example of the type of information needed:
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