Teacher: What to consider before starting classroom blogs

06/5/2013 | MiddleWeb

Blogging has become an important part of instruction in Pernille Ripp's fifth-grade classroom -- connecting students with the outside world and offering authentic learning opportunities. For teachers looking to start student blogs, Ripp suggests in this blog post that, among other things, they consider why they are interested in blogging, select a platform, get necessary permissions, address safety, and consider the differences between blogging and writing.

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