To truly understand how a blog works and experience it, you must use one. This course is a blog. This particular post is being written last. All blogs are listed from last to first so the most current is always on top. To get “the feel” of that and to begin the course, go to the last post below and work up.
Choose one of the following Blog sites:
Use the step by step directions to set up your own blog, choose a theme, and add your first post and any pages or links. In the comment section below, please add the url to your new blog so that I can view it and give you credit for this course.
Go to the page “Sample Classroom Blogs for Viewing.” Browse through the various pages for classrooms in Northside ISD and the CIT and personal blogs listed at the bottom of the page. Find one that you particularly like and you feel is very good for students. In the comment section, list 3 positives about this blog.
Again using the same article, list the 2 steps for preparing students for blogging that you consider the most important and why.
Using the same article in the link, describe what the risks are in blogging. How can you circumvent those risks?