I am putting together a presentation for my school on why teachers should consider blogging.  As part of my presentation, I wish to provide some examples of great classroom blogs.  May I please get some links from teachers so that I can use your blogs as examples of what great sites, and why my peers should consider utilizing blogs?  I am sure other teachers visiting this discussion would like to see your sites, as well.  Thank you!

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I'd stop short of calling it 'great', but I have a blog for 5th graders that includes embedded video, VoiceThread, WallWisher and other media elements. Please feel free to use it (and let them know that students created everything they see on the page!!)

Mr. R's Digital World

Here is my personal Teacher Blog:


Ryan Remien
5th Grade Teacher
Red Hawk Ridge Elementary School
Aurora, CO
I like your Digital World!
Great website!
Thanks for sharing your "Digital World." I am impressed!
I like to check out Box of Tricks. I also have a blog, but it's not great. Mr. Holshoe's Class Info I only update it if something really jumps out at me. My favorite post is called Classroom 2.0 I actually wrote it right before I found out about this website.

I do really like my website. mrholshoe.com I use it every day in my classroom with my Wiimote Whiteboard. If you teach K-5 you must check it out. I put the best Interactive Whiteboard resources in one spot (by grade level). It saves me so much time. I'm just one click away from where I want to go. The days of overhead manipulatives are gone.
Thank you!
Great site! Loved the triptico links. Thanks!
In the interests of keeping things up to date, you'll find those Triptico links won't work as Triptico resources are now accessed from a desktop application. See my blog post.
Here are 3 pretty decent blogs from my old school:

Mrs. Hanlen's Kindergarten Class

Miss Wallace's Bow Wow

Mrs. K's Blog @Grace
I enjoyed these sites. . . thank you!
Hmmm, I see now that there are two of these threads. Oh well,

Here is my class blog.

Here is my own blog.

How good they are as examples is up to you. Hope they help.

I used Weebly for both. You may like this article on how to create a blog with Weebly.



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