How do we begin? Here is the answer from the Edublogger post-  What you wanted to know about student blogging. Incidentally, each year, Edublogger sets up a Student Blogging Challenge to promote proper blogging skills and support students and teachers.

Here are examples of student blogs from around the world on Edublogger: Check Out These Class Blogs.

Time Involved

There's nothin' "fishy" about time!

Increasing student’s blogging role increases the time spent providing guidance and monitoring their online activities.

However,  your students learn more, are more motivated and their writing improves faster.

Check out these posts by student bloggers to see for yourself:

  1. Starting Out Blogging by Abbey (12 years old)
  2. How Blogging Has Connected me to a Global Audience by Daniel (11 years old)
  3. To Blog Or Not To Blog by Sam (11 years old)
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About Donna

Changing educational paradigms motivate me to share new technology as well as the admirable work of others who integrate contemporary research on how people learn with supportive, free digital applications and resources. Do teachers ever have enough time or money? Perhaps my discoveries will expedite the journey of a busy educator seeking a 21st Century 'true north' of his or her own.

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