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  • The Blogging Challenge

    As a six year old I remember staring at a blank page and not wanting to make that first mark. There is nothing wrong with a blank page. No miss-formed letters that are not sitting on the line. Dutch is not spelt incorrectly. Nothing is crossed out, scribbled out, rubbed out through to the next pa...

    Tags: blogging

  • Blogging & Homework

    Commented on Ainsley's blog post about 'blogging' as howework - some interesting point are being raised on the dicsussion.  Check is out at: /mod/threaded_forums/topicposts.php?topic=54087&group_guid=52477

    Tags: blogging, homework

  • 3 eLearning Stories from NZC Online: May 2011

    The May email update from NZC Online has just been sent out.... You can share this newsletter and encourage your colleagues to sign up for the updates.Want to be informed of new tools, resources, and stories as they are published? Join the NZC Online FaceBook page for updates. 3 stories with an...

    Tags: nzc, nzc online, blogging, tv, teaching as inquiry, ict pd, key competencies

  • Five Year Old's Reflecting on Their Learning

    Eighteen months ago we began blogging for the first time.  We bumbled our way through the first six months, finding our feet.  We had a clear vision of what we wanted this to look like.  Our Senior students took ownership of their blog from the beginning and this was the hope for a...

    Tags: juniors, elearning, blogging, comments

  • And Who Said Young Children Can't Blog?

    I felt like Jerry Mcguire today at school, that famous line "Breakdown, breakthrough".  So here I am writing my 'mission statement'!  No, not really, but this is a celebration of my 5 year olds independently writing blog comments on our class blogs and carrying over the culture of our c...

    Tags: juniors, comments, blogging

  • Why Blog?

    There are a lot of great reasons why teachers need to have a blog or wikispace but it was brought home to me this week of the most basic reason of why even the least internet savy needs to have a blog or wikispace. Children need a generic place from which go to web spaces for learning without ty...

    Tags: blogging, web 2.0, website, link learning

  • Why use blogs in education?

    This post from Anne Davis of Edublog Insights is probably one of the most commented post on the subject of the use of blogging in education with 215 comments at the time of writing ( how's that's for engagement with an audience ). I quote from her page: http://anne.teachesme.co...

    Tags: blogs, blog, blogging, education, learning, teaching

  • Why use blogs in education?

    This post from Anne Davis of Edublog Insights is probably one of the most commented post on the subject of the use of blogging in education with 215 comments at the time of writing ( how's that's for engagement with an audience ). I quote from her page: http://anne.teachesme.co...

    Tags: junior blogs, blogs, blogging, education, learning, teaching

  • Why I Like Blogging!

    Rachel, a teacher of a year 8 digital class,  just rushed into my office and said, "This is why I like blogging.  Taine just asked, 'Has Lorna updated her blog yet? I don't understand that last question so I thought I'd see how she responded to it.'"

    Tags: blogging, blogging, literacy, feedback, mokoiaintermediate, rotorua lakes cluster

  • Working on Milestone 4

    This is taking me a while - because I'm side-tracked playing with all the widgets and thinking about how to maximise use of this network. I've been thinking about reflective journals...what tools to use with teachers to reflect on their elearning.  I've thought about Wordpress, Blogger, wik...

    Tags: reflections, reflection, blogging