Free Course On Blogging With Students! Enroll Now!

We’re excited to kick-start the next round of Edublogs Teacher Challenges!


Whether you are new to blogging, or want a refresher on all of the features that blogging can offer, come join us for our four week crash-course as we guide you through the process of blogging with students.

We’ll cover:

  • Setting up class and student blogs
  • Teaching quality comments and posts
  • Working with widgets
  • Images, copyright, and creative commons
  • Connecting with other classes
  • Tons more!

How Does It Work?

The Edublogs Teacher Challenge is completely free of charge.

Each Teacher Challenge session lasts for 30 days, with 2-3 tasks per week that will be sent to you via email. We’ll send the first challenge to you when you signup.

When you finish the Teacher Challenge, we’ll give you a badge to proudly display on your blog and a certificate of completion which you can use towards your professional development hours.

You can use any blogging platform you prefer, but our detailed instructions will be written with Edublogs and CampusPress users in mind, so you’ll need to slightly adapt them depending on your platform.

Enroll For Free Now!

Enroll by filling out this Google form. 


Enrollment will be kept open, so you can start whenever is convenient for you. The series is excellent way of preparing for the Student Blogging Challenge which starts in March!

Let us know if you have any questions in the comments below.

19 thoughts on “Free Course On Blogging With Students! Enroll Now!

  1. I would like to know the procedure /details for participating in this course. Also if my students can also take part or not.

  2. I just enrolled and very new to everything. I am teacher and would very much want to use this in the near future with my students. Thanks for the opportunity.

  3. Multikids Inclusive Academy’s staff and students are excited to be part of Edublogs and CampusPress. We are looking forward to collaborate, share and learn more about exciting and effective ways to use blogging for teaching and learning.
    Bogging is a great way to teach and learn, monitor progress and reflect what has been learned and also to improve on learning. We are looking forward to the challenge and excitement ahead. Thank you. Bismark

    1. Hi Julie

      It isn’t too late and you can sign up any time. The emails for each step of the course are sent in order from the date you sign up.

      Sue Waters
      Support Manager
      Edublogs | CampusPress

    1. Hello Erasmo,
      It looks like both of us want the same thing – more blog training for our students. We’re getting more comfortable with blogging and would like to find a class to connect with. Would you be interested in blogging with us? We live in New Jersey, USA.

      1. Hi Miriam

        Another great way to connect your students with other classes while helping them to learn more about blogging is to join the Student blogging challenge – The next Student blogging challenge starts in March.

        Other activities for connecting with other classes are listed in Step 10 of the blogging with student series –

        Sue Waters
        Support Manager
        Edublogs | CampusPress

  4. Hello Sue,
    I just registered for the challenge. I’m really looking forward to becoming a better blogger and blog leader. Thank you for this opportunity.

    1. Hi Kyle, if you;d like to take part in the course, just fill out the enrollment form. Let us know if you have any questions!

  5. Hi,
    I am a student teacher and I am not currently teaching in a classroom. I would love to learn more about blogging for the classroom and I would like to know whether this course would work while I do not have regular contact with kids.

    1. Hi Anna. You can definitely take the course so that you are totally prepared later on. You can start a free blog on to use to work through many of the steps in the course. Let us know if you have any more questions.

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