This post is part of the #EdublogsClub – a group of educators and edtech enthusiasts that blog around a common theme each week. Simply write a post and share it to join in, or sign up to receive email reminders of each new prompt.
You may have seen last week that we published an update to our popular post, The Educator’s Guide To Copyright, Fair Use, And Creative Commons. Adding images to your posts can be an important tool in building interest and emphasizing your content.
Sometimes an entire post can be just an image.
Prompt: Write a post that includes an image.
Here are some additional ideas that can help you flesh this post out:
- You may choose to make this a simple image post, with nothing more than a caption or title
- You may share a favorite photo editing tool or source for images
- You may like to discuss a story that relates to a photo
- You may have tips for using phones or a camera to take better photos
Feel free to write about anything related to a photo, photos, images, copyright, or anything that peaks your interest.
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1 – share your posts using the #EdublogsClub hashtag.
2 – include your twitter handle when leaving comments below. Our team likes to share as many posts as we can, and this will help us mention you in the tweet!
48 thoughts on “Photos – #EdublogsClub Prompt 4”
this might be helpful for me because i want to write a blogs
Woo Hoo! Prompt #4 now live!
Follow me on twitter! @deepdishpi
Here is my late post using a photo. Who are your edu heroes? http://www.iruntech.me/2017/03/i-get-by-with-little-help-from-my.html
I didn’t see a new prompt for this week, so I enjoyed going back to week 4 and writing about photos. Photos are how many of us document our lives both personally and professionally, and that is a beautiful thing! I hope you enjoy my pictorial ramblings! 😉
I think this image says it all @jennip98 http://elearnopen.info/index.php/2017/03/04/edublogsclub-prompt-4-photos/
Week 4–a little late. Sorry!! https://thatcrazylibrarian.edublogs.org/2017/02/20/a-picture-is-worth-a-thousand-words/
Hi all – my week 4 blog.http://walp.edublogs.org/2017/02/02/pick-a-pic-edublogs-club-wk-4/
I am @davidwalp on Twitter. Thanks!
I’d be very happy if you’d read my post and share your thoughts to teaching digital citizenship in elementary school in a way that’s exploratory, relevant and social. Or perhaps you’d like to share why you think that I’m focusing on the wrong things.
I’m @drpresident on Twitter.
I am holding up the end on this one. Better late than never, right? http://brocansky.com/2017/02/complex-ideas-conveyed-visually
Once again I was daunted by the excellence of everyone’s posts, going through all my digital photos seeking inspiration. Suddenly I realized I had used photos for one of my Library Lessons, which I’d been wanting to write about anyway! So here’s my entry for prompt #4: http://lookingbackward.edublogs.org/2017/01/31/looking-backward-creating-viewing-book-trailers/.
BrP, Twitter handle @barupatx
Wow, I am not sure why you would have felt daunted by other posts, yours was so good! It was awesome to see that you are using QR codes with your students, giving them access to the book trailers. I am also excited to check out the online tools that you shared for teachers to use. Thanks for the great information!
Oops, forgot to include my Twitter handle as Ronnie suggested: @jane_librarian
I’ll discuss copyright, Creative Commons, & fair use next week, but this week’s post does have a lot of photos — all from my trip to the American Library Association conference in Atlanta, Georgia, USA last week. Here’s the link: http://www.janelofton.com/2017/01/ala-midwinter.html#.WJA3ALYwhE4
This looked like a wonderful trip! Great photos!
In just under the wire (at least here in the USA!). My thoughts on prompt #4: http://aschaefersalinas.blogspot.com/2017/01/pictures-vs-words.html @APAnnie7
I liked this prompt! Thanks!
Keeping it simple for post #4 and sharing an image before winter break, it says it all. https://carmsci.wordpress.com/2017/01/31/it-was-snowing/
My post for this week. Digitizing my family history – http://suewaters.com/2017/01/30/digitizing-my-family-history/