Blogging gives educators a way to share their voice. It allows us as professionals an opportunity to collaborate with others and write for our peers. Through blogging, we can give others a window into our classroom. We can write about our passions. We can share ideas and resources with our professional learning network.
We can be heard.
In the classroom, we can provide this same opportunity to our students. By incorporating blogging into our curriculum we allow students to share their writing with an authentic audience.
So how do we get started? What are the best resources for beginning bloggers?
In a recent #Ditchbook chat, moderated by Karly Moura, educators shared their best tools, tips, and resources for blogging as educators and with students.
Check them out in the summary of this week’s chat below!
Want to skip straight to the good stuff? Scroll down to question two to see the top tips and snag links to resources.
Want to get in on the next #DitchBook Twitter chat?
Having trouble? Still unclear on how a Twitter chat works? Feel free to tweet to these #DitchBook ambassadors and they’ll help — Karly Moura @karlymoura, Sean Fahey @seanjfahey, Sandy Otto @sandyrotto, Rachel Marker @rachelmarker, Evan Mosier @emosier3, Mandi Tolen @TTmomTT, Craig Klement @craigklement, Tara Martin @taramartinedu, Krista Harmsworth @zonie71, Anne Kamper @annekamper, Rayna Freedman @rlfreedm, Lance McClard @drmcclard, Stephanie DeMichele @sdemichele or David Platt @herrplatt!
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