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Blogging with Blogger - Everything You Need to Know to Make an Awesome Blog

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Overview

Blogs can be a great way for educators and students to communicate and share ideas, as well as to develop communication skills. Join Richard Byrne as he explores a variety of ways in which blogs can be used in school. He will also cover the nuts and bolts of how to use your Google account to create, develop, and maintain a blog on Blogger. Richard will also share how to avoid some common blogging mistakes, as well as how to generate and maintain interest in your classroom blog.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, July 22, 2015 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blogging, Digital Media, Google Intermediate
Tags: Blogger, blogging, blogs, classroom blog

Reviews (36)

Full Member
 
I have wanted to start a blog for my classroom for a few years, but was too afraid to try it. This makes it look easier than I thought. I am excited to start it and possibly have a Team-based blog next year!
Full Member
 
great!
Full Member
+4
 
Good information to help me get started.
Full Member
+2
 
MY STUDENTS REALLY ENJOY WRITING THIS WAY
Full Member
+2
 
I AM LOVING USING BLOGGER IN MY CLASSES!
Full Member
+4
 
I'm about to start my own Blogger account. Thanks for showing me the basics!
Full Member
 
Great information!
Full Member
+2
 
I really loved your presentation! I was hesitant about starting a blog for my classroom next year, but now I feel confident that I can have a successful blog this year. Thanks so much!!
Full Member
+1
 
Your presentation was one of the best SK12 presentations I have seen. It was highly informative, but not excessively so. I feel ready to start my own blog. I especially appreciate your tips for common mistakes. Thank you!
Basic Member
 
very informative - looking forward to trying this out in the next school year
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