Blogging With Students

Students bloggingThis series guides you step by step through the process of class and student blogging.

Each step provides class blog examples so you can check out how they are used by educators.  Many of the examples are from primary grades but the same principles apply regardless of student age (including adult learners).

The activities can be completed at your own pace and in any order!

You can work through the activities in any order and at any time.

This series consists of:

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  4. Well, I am trying the 30 day Blogging with Students Challenge. Although I am coming at this through the parents! I am going to start with a parent question on family recipes that have a back story. Before I even get them invloved, I am going to get some of my favorite teachers to contribute recipes so that our parents can see how it works. Check our challenge out at:

    …and any imput would be greatly appreciated!

    Mrs. Esswein

    • G’day Daryle,
      What a great topic to start with – family recipes!! Welcome to the world of blogging where collaborating and communicating are at the fingertips of students in this global, digital world. Maybe join the student blogging challenge I run which starts in March. Registration forms will be available mid February at this URL

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  6. Hi

    I’m the founder of a Lyric and Music search engine that a lot of teachers find useful. We list Lyrics, YouTube videos, Band Bio, Sheet Music, and Tour Dates on one page.

    I was wondering if we might be listed on your “Free Web Tools” page.


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  10. I have students who expressed an interest in The Student Blogging Challenge. Do you recommend that all students in a class sign up for the challenge rather than just those who are interested?

    Thanks in advance.

  11. G’day Mrs Klein,
    If students have their own personal blog and want to sign up as individuals they can, otherwise if you have a class blog, you can sign that up as well. Don’t say they have to join as we then get students not actually doing the activities.

    • Thank you, Miss W., for your help. I’m not sure my blog would be called a “class blog.” I post my opinions and topics that I want students to comment on, but it really isn’t a blog with assignments and stories about what we are doing in class. I do have links to my students’ individual blogs. Would you say that this still qualifies as a class blog?

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