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The Kidblog team is passionate about helping students find their voice within a safe, teacher-moderated environment.

Webinar: Allowing Students to Publish to the World

Webinar: Allowing Students to Publish to the World

In this Kidblog Webinar, Doug Robertson shares how he uses blogs in his fifth grade class to break  up the traditional school-based writing process and make it more relevant and exciting. Doug provides tips for moderating your students’ comments section and discusses the benefits of publishing students’ work for a wider audience. In this video, you will

In this Kidblog Webinar, Doug Robertson shares how he uses blogs in his fifth grade class to break  up the traditional school-based writing process and make it more relevant and exciting. Doug provides tips for moderating your students’ comments section and discusses the benefits of publishing students’ work for a wider audience. In this video, you will... read more

Webinar: Blogging in an Elementary ELA Classroom

Webinar: Blogging in an Elementary ELA Classroom

In this Kidblog Webinar, Alissa Weinstein shares how she uses blogs in her third grade ELA lessons, including poetry and reading response. Alissa provides tips for engaging students using visuals and images to enhance student content and increase engagement. In this video, you will learn: The benefits of blogging in an elementary classroom A structured

In this Kidblog Webinar, Alissa Weinstein shares how she uses blogs in her third grade ELA lessons, including poetry and reading response. Alissa provides tips for engaging students using visuals and images to enhance student content and increase engagement. In this video, you will learn: The benefits of blogging in an elementary classroom A structured... read more

Webinar: Using Kidblog in a High School ELA Classroom

Webinar: Using Kidblog in a High School ELA Classroom

In this Kidblog Webinar, high school English teacher Lauren Ressler shares how she uses Kidblog to increase engagement and test scores with her 11th and 12th graders. Lauren provides tips for encouraging quality comments on student blog posts and motivating independent reading. In this video, you will learn: How blogging can solve problems of motivation

In this Kidblog Webinar, high school English teacher Lauren Ressler shares how she uses Kidblog to increase engagement and test scores with her 11th and 12th graders. Lauren provides tips for encouraging quality comments on student blog posts and motivating independent reading. In this video, you will learn: How blogging can solve problems of motivation... read more

FETC 2017 Recap

FETC 2017 Recap

This past week, our team was in Orlando, FL attending the Future of Technology Conference—the nation’s largest regional education technology event. FETC focuses on leveraging technology to drive preK-12 student success. We had a fantastic time speaking with new and veteran members of our Kidblog community. It was also an honor to be featured in several sessions

This past week, our team was in Orlando, FL attending the Future of Technology Conference—the nation’s largest regional education technology event. FETC focuses on leveraging technology to drive preK-12 student success. We had a fantastic time speaking with new and veteran members of our Kidblog community. It was also an honor to be featured in several sessions... read more

How to get Students Writing about the U.S. Election with FANschool

How to get Students Writing about the U.S. Election with FANschool

Do your students wonder why the Electoral College is used to elect the President of the United States? Is there a better way? The U.S. presidential election season is a perfect time to get students writing about how government affects our daily life.

Do your students wonder why the Electoral College is used to elect the President of the United States? Is there a better way? The U.S. presidential election season is a perfect time to get students writing about how government affects our daily life.... read more

12 New Features for the New School year

12 New Features for the New School year

The Kidblog Team is always working to add even more features to the world’s best student publishing platform. We’ve highlighted some of the new benefits for students, teachers, and administrators – Happy Blogging!

The Kidblog Team is always working to add even more features to the world's best student publishing platform. We've highlighted some of the new benefits for students, teachers, and administrators - Happy Blogging!... read more

4 Options for End-of-Year Transitions

4 Options for End-of-Year Transitions

It happens every year when the end of the school year approaches: your to-do list continues to grow as time slips away. For Kidblog members, one of the items on your list is “wrapping up” this year’s blogs, ensuring your students have the tools to continue building their learning portfolio with next year’s teacher (and beyond).

It happens every year when the end of the school year approaches: your to-do list continues to grow as time slips away. For Kidblog members, one of the items on your list is "wrapping up" this year's blogs, ensuring your students have the tools to continue building their learning portfolio with next year's teacher (and beyond).... read more