What Has The Student Blogging Competition Meant To YOU?

Image of where are you at?We’re heading into week 5 of the Student Blogging Competition organized by Miss Wyatt! And lots of people, including myself, who would love to read what you’ve gained from the Competition.

Would love feedback from all students, teachers and people like me who have supported by visiting student posts to leave comments.

Please share your thoughts on the Student Blogging Competition by leaving a comment on this post. Here are some questions you might like to answer in your comment:

  1. What are the best parts of blogging so far?
  2. Do you find blogging interesting and why?
  3. What are the 3 aspects of the Competition you’ve liked the best?

And yes students, if you leave a comment, I promise to drop past your blog, check out your progress and comment back on your posts 😆

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140 thoughts on “What Has The Student Blogging Competition Meant To YOU?

  1. Well done Michael regarding Miss Wyatt’s blog. Yes my Clustrmap is a bit crowded — should I remove 🙂

    Glad my comment made you happy – just visited again.

    Cya

  2. Hey Ms. Waters! I think that your blog is awsome and you cluster map is… Holy smokes! It is unbaleivable! I wish that I had at least 30 comments and look at you!!!!! Anyways… I was just looking through my blog and I came across your comment from a pretty long time ago and it said “Keep up the really good work!” and “hope to visit again soon.” And I just remembered that the day I got your comment I was so so happy! 🙂 Soooo I just wanted you to come visite my blog again so I can have that happieness again! Thanks!

    PS: By the way geuss what!… I was the first person on MS. Wyatts blog to name 24 countrys on her cluster map and I got to get to be on her blogroll!!!!

    Cya!

  3. The best part about blogging is communicating with people from around the world. This is something I would never would od if we didn’t use blogs in school this year.

    marissaf09.edublogs.org –check out my blog

  4. Sue,
    Thank you so much for checking out my page and commenting! I still can not believe all of the people that have commented on my page( not that many lol ). I do indeed hops that Miss Wyatt continues the competition. This has probably been one of the best learning experiences that I have ever, well, experienced. Again, thank you.
    Sincerely,
    ~ Hikaru
    P.S.
    あなたに良い一日( That means ‘Good day to you!’ in Japanese )^^

  5. hello

    The best part of starting this Blogging Competition was that it rekindled the flame for my love of writing. Prior to this I was having a writers brain block, I just couldn’t get myself to write anything meaningful or from the heart. The weekly tasks for this competition got me to write things that I would never have thought of writing before. Not only are the topics interesting, but some of the responses you get to read from students the same age as you really made my thoughts twist around. The new perspectives from others, brought new ideas and from those new ideas brought more and more like a chain reaction. My favorite part of this whole competition was the post we wrote about poverty. Before that post I knew so little about the word “poverty”. Thanks to that post my teacher has given me the idea to raise money for families suffering in poverty. I also like how you can comment each others blogs already knowing some knowledge of what they’re talking about since you wrote about it as well. Like any other child, a smile is put on my face when it says “one new comment!”. Thank you.

    sarah

  6. Hello Sue,
    Blogging is soooo cooool!!! I think it is also a great way to write down your thoughts, and you learn more knowledge about using the computer. I think it is also amazing how we have the technology to be able to connect with others students and teachers via the internet overseas! It is a great way to learn about how people act and what they do in different countries.
    Click on my new and improved blog!!! =))))))
    KATIE !!!!!

  7. Hi Sue,
    I love blogging!!! It is a new way of expressing yourself! Just like Albert Einstein once said,” Anyone who has never made a mistake is someone who has never tried anything new.” That quote has stuck in the back of my mind and when I get dicouraged i think of the quote and somthing sparks and I get a whole new idea to write a post on. So far my favorite part of blogging has been able to talk to people from other countries. Also, i have told my family about my blog so they can see how i have improved on my writing. Hope i anwsered your question. Check out my blog!!!
    JULIE♥♥♥

  8. Hey,

    I think that the blogging competition has really helped me open up and talk with people from all over the world. I think that its fun to read and write about things knowing that we’re not the only one who is going to read it or when we write the post that we are not just writing it as a boring school assingnment. I also think that it is just a fun way to get to know other people from around the world and see how other people live.

    All and all it has really meant alot.

    Chrissy <33

  9. Hey, Mrs. Waters!
    I think the blogging competition was a good idea. I’ve a couple things from it so far. For example: I learned how to link websites and better grammar. I also got to learn a little about other countries, which is pretty cool. Keep the great ideas coming! I’m looking forward to next week. Bye, Bye… =D

  10. Hey, Mrs. Waters!
    I think the blogging competition was a good idea. I’ve a couple things from it so far. For example: I learned how to link websites and better grammar. I also got to learn a little about other countries, which is pretty cool. Keep the great ideas coming! I’m looking forward to next week. Bye, Bye… =D

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