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Join The Student Blogging Challenge NOW — Starts Sept 6!

It’s time!  The latest student blogging challenge starts September 6 and ends in November –to participate just fill out this registration form on Miss Wyatt’s blog! About the Student Blogging Challenge Our last blogging challenge had over 1000 students, from 15 countries, aged 6 to 18 years old, writing posts, commenting and getting to know…

What Do Your Students Really Think About Blogging?

The student and class bloggers have been working hard and submitted some incredible entries for The Edublogger’s Student Competition.  Strongly recommend you read through the comments to follow links across to their posts.  Definitely will be showcasing these posts over the next few weeks. To get us started I’m hoping you can help out! Hayley…

And the winners of The Edublogger’s Birthday Celebration Competition are

And the winners of The Edublogger’s Birthday Celebration Competition are ……. Building a better blog and having fun doing it!!! by Ashley (student blogger) Blogging for ESL Students in Taiwan by Jared Using threaded comments to build a writing community in your classroom by Alice Mercer Helpful Tips for Setting up a Classroom Blog by…

The Edublogger’s First Birthday Celebration!

The Edublogger just had its first birthday which makes: 94 posts with 2,754 comments 110,216 site visits from 150 countries according to ClustrMaps (57.5 % USA, 12 % Australia, 5.4 % UK, 4.5 % Canada and 1.8 % NZ) With 2031 bookmarks on Delicious and 459 bookmarks on Diigo PS Sorry but celebrations ran a…

Looking For Global Projects For Your Students?

Looking for activities to do with your students? Here’s a couple of projects that I’m watching that might interest you.  Meanwhile if you know of any other projects that would interest educators – please leave a comment to share so we can all check them out. Connecting Student Bloggers Last year Miss Wyatt coordinated an…

Join With Us in Supporting Blog Action Day!

One of the most powerful aspects of blogging is anyone, anywhere can have a voice to express opinions and make a difference. Blog Action Day is an excellent way of demonstrating the power of this voice; so I’m hoping you will join with us for Blog Action Day by writing a post about poverty on…

Guest Post by Dominique: J’adore les langues!

It’s my great pleasure to introduce our first ever guest post on The Edublogger! But first let me tell you the history behind this post. About Our Guest Blogger Last year student bloggers wrote some amazing posts for our Share Your Tips– and win BIG! Competition and on my winner’s post I said: The winning…

“Share your tips” — and win BIG!

‘Back to school’ commenced in the Northern Hemisphere. Lots of educators new to blogging are looking for advice on using blogs with their students. It’s time we all helped them out and update our list of ‘must read’ posts on student blogging! Yes, we’ve had similar conversations BUT — with experience our ideas and advice…