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BLOG EXAMPLES / BLOG DIRECTORIES
Let's all of us stand together for a common purpose, let's help our mother nature, our planet on which we stand, let's help it's recovery from pollution and the
damages caused by global warming. It's our responsibility to fix what mankind has caused. That is my believe, which I wish for all you to know.
Let's stand up for a change in our earth. Let's start.
A blog developed to help assist teachers with blogging Links to classroom teacher blogs.
A blog about
An American page with examples about the various practical workflows that involve the process of blogging - very useful
An example of a book/ reading club for children and parents
Secret Life of Bees
- this could be set up for a themed reading week and the school might be able to use a Skypecast facility to talk with the author!!
of UK edubloggers' directory
Chrisopher D Sessum's
insights on blogging for education
write-up of the first term blogging
with Year 6 using Elgg at St Ives.
has set up a skeletal Wiki of schools blogging by LEA in England at
could LEA, Independent, Teaching and Advisory colleagues please feel free to populate this resource
Room One's Blog
- Year 2/3 students (6 & 7 year old) blog from Mapua School in New Zealand - used to document, share and celebrate our learning - no longer used but great as an example.
- Year 2 class (6yr olds) in Tauranga. Established in May 2007.
, an example of Year 5 & 6 (Navigators) of classblogmeister blogs from Our Lady Of Lourdes School, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
has created a
for students to contribute comments on a variety of issues. Great for school linking projects
a open source teacher build blog aggregator and rss distributer for Scottish Educational blogs. You can create aggregated rss feeds, eg
feed for blogs tagged primary
Room 9's Blog
- year 2/3 class from Nelson, New Zealand - newly established in 2007
:Students write and publish articles related to science technology and societal issues. Looking for a class or classes to collaborate with through the blog on science related issues.
Mr. Monson's Grade 5 Classroom Wiki: Thousands Project
, Nettleton Magnet School, Duluth, MN, U.S.A. Each month I post a question for people to answer. We hope to collect 1,000 things on our list each month. Check out our other
spaces as well!
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"