We’ve opened registration for students to register their personal blogs to participate in the challenge which starts in March.
It’s all about having fun, improving your blogging while connecting with a global audience!
About the Student Blogging Challenge
We’re now into our 3rd Year and 4th Challenge.
We provide weekly tasks for 10 weeks to help you connect with student bloggers in other countries and improve your blogging.
It’s a really great way to learn more about each others cultures!
You can read more about it here:
Your blog doesn’t have to be hosted on Edublogs to join.
Students using any blogging platform such as 21classes, Blogger, Blogmeister, WordPress, Primary Blogger, Creative Blogs etc, can participate!
So far 44 Class blogs from 10 countries (Australia, Argentina, Canada, Hong Kong, Mexico, New Zealand, Normay, UK, United Arab Emirates, USA) have registered.
Register your student blog now!
Follow these TWO simple steps to register:
STEP 1: Register Your Personal Blog Using the Google Form
Complete the Google Form below by adding:
- Your Name as First name and initial of Surname
- Your personal blog URL — for example my blog URL is http://theedublogger.com/
- Your age
- A few of your hobbies so other students with similar interests can connect with you
- Please register from home if you can’t see the Google Form on your school network!
- You only need to register once!
- If you are having trouble registering please leave comment on this post so we can help you.
STEP 2: Check your registration details!
Go to the March 2010 student page a couple of days after you added your details to the Google Form to check that your name and blog is on the page.
If your name is not there, it’s probably been removed because your blog URL was wrong.
- The delay in adding your information to the March 2010 student page is because we need to check your details before adding.
- If your details haven’t been added please leave a comment on this post with your blog URL so we can sort it out for you!
Teachers and class blogs need to register following the steps in Student Blogging Challenge – Time for teachers to register their classes.
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