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July 05, 2014
I have not used these specific techniques, but have done something similar. One of my biggest challenges was to create a robust conversation, as opposed to a 1-sentence chat. I look forward to incorporating some of the strategies that were suggestedl
May 24, 2014
Great to see that there is a strategy guide for this type of writing! If you say "journals" or "essays" to students, they often cringe. Blogs are new and cool, and give students a great way to develop their writing.
February 12, 2010
I have been blogging with my students on Edublogs. It has been a good resource for me in how to set up and introduce my students to blogging. I did becomes a Support (~15/month) so I could have more control over my students' blogs, but it is still possible to set up a free blog account for each student as well as a class blog.
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