I have revised the posts I have written in the past to create a nine page, five step guide to beginning a class blog. Feel free to view, print or download the document to help you get started on your blogging journey.
Five Steps to Starting a Class Blog
If you’re having trouble with the Scribd document, you can access the PDF here Five Steps to Starting a Class Blog
8 Replies to “Five Steps to Starting a Class Blog”
Wow, this blog is inspirational! I can’t believe how much you are already integrating technology into your classroom, let alone taking the time to document what you do so that others can join you. You are very deserving of all of your awards. I’m an 8th year teacher and my students have access to computers in my classroom every day but I have never used a blog before. I can’t wait to try it, thank you for taking the time to assist other teachers with your detailed directions!
Thank you so much for your kind words! I’m excited to hear that you’re going to try blogging. I’m sure you and your students will love it.
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What a wonderful resource for beginning a classroom blog. Thank you for the extensive amount of information you’ve provided for beginners like myself. I am in the infant stages of a personal blog, but would love to start blogging with students about books they’ve read, or books they would recommend for others to read. Do you know any media specialists you would recommend I follow who use blogs? I have downloaded the PDF, and appreciate you sharing your expertise.
I’m so glad to hear you found the resource useful! I can’t think of any media specialists unfortunately, however, if you haven’t already, you might like to ask on Twitter. I’m sure there will be someone who could point you in the right direction.
Thanks again for all your comments,
Hi Mrs. Morris! My name is Jonita Watkins. I am a student in EDM310 at the University of South Alabama. I admire the steps you provided for starting a class blog. Being that I am in a class that requires blogging I can some what relate. I enjoyed your post and feel that would be useful to educators!!!
Thank you so much for your informative blog. I’m not a fan of reinventing the wheel and I found plenty of useful information and guidelines which I will ensure I share your links.