Tag: Class Blog

The Power of One

The Power of One

  Those of us who teach teenagers face a daunting and seemingly never-ending challenge: Getting our students to look up from their phones, their social media, and their video games to see the wide world beyond their bubble. Unlike any generation before, today’s kids have a digital world that can cocoon them 24/7. They take

  Those of us who teach teenagers face a daunting and seemingly never-ending challenge: Getting our students to look up from their phones, their social media, and their video games to see the wide world beyond their bubble. Unlike any generation before, today’s kids have a digital world that can cocoon them 24/7. They take... read more

Kidblog Podcast: Teaching Digital Citizenship

Kidblog Podcast: Teaching Digital Citizenship

Mr. Mark Pluckrose will be our knowledgeable teacher presenter sharing his ideas on teaching digital citizenship and the power of comments with education professionals like you interested in learning more integrating these lessons into your day to day classroom activities, and curriculums. Stay tuned for your listener discount code and check below for timestamps!  

Mr. Mark Pluckrose will be our knowledgeable teacher presenter sharing his ideas on teaching digital citizenship and the power of comments with education professionals like you interested in learning more integrating these lessons into your day to day classroom activities, and curriculums. Stay tuned for your listener discount code and check below for timestamps!  ... read more

Kidblog Podcast: Dual Language blogging, student and teacher perspectives

Kidblog Podcast: Dual Language blogging, student and teacher perspectives

This is the fifth in our Kidblog Podcast Series which features authentic opinions and experiences of some of our most successful Kidblog users. In this podcast, we teamed up with Ms. Marina Rodriguez and her former student Josefina Medina-Perez to share authentic experiences of teaching and learning through blogs in a dual language classroom with

This is the fifth in our Kidblog Podcast Series which features authentic opinions and experiences of some of our most successful Kidblog users. In this podcast, we teamed up with Ms. Marina Rodriguez and her former student Josefina Medina-Perez to share authentic experiences of teaching and learning through blogs in a dual language classroom with... read more

Student passions: Exploration and reflection through blogging

Student passions: Exploration and reflection through blogging

A few years ago, when I first started to introduce my students to the idea of “blogging,” I was met with a little resistance. Students were wary of the unknowns – what to expect, who would be reading their posts, and what types of posts they would be writing. “Why can’t we just write on

A few years ago, when I first started to introduce my students to the idea of “blogging,” I was met with a little resistance. Students were wary of the unknowns – what to expect, who would be reading their posts, and what types of posts they would be writing. “Why can’t we just write on... read more

Three Paperless Entry or Exit Tasks

Three Paperless Entry or Exit Tasks

Entry tasks are short tasks that I use either at the beginning of the day or as transitions from recess or lunch.  They get everybody warmed up for the next activity while I address the inevitable needs that come up at such times. Every year we seem to have to limit our copying budget.  As

Entry tasks are short tasks that I use either at the beginning of the day or as transitions from recess or lunch.  They get everybody warmed up for the next activity while I address the inevitable needs that come up at such times. Every year we seem to have to limit our copying budget.  As... read more

Kidblog at AASL 2017 – Phoenix

Kidblog at AASL 2017 – Phoenix

Kidblog is excited to be attending the only national conference dedicated solely to the needs of school librarians and their roles as educational leaders – AASL17 in Phoenix, AZ! For those who will also be in attendance, be sure to stop by the Kidblog booth #938 for great conversation, live demos, free swag, and more.

Kidblog is excited to be attending the only national conference dedicated solely to the needs of school librarians and their roles as educational leaders – AASL17 in Phoenix, AZ! For those who will also be in attendance, be sure to stop by the Kidblog booth #938 for great conversation, live demos, free swag, and more.... read more

Jump-start the New School Year Blogging: Biography blogs

Jump-start the New School Year Blogging: Biography blogs

Start of School Waxed floors Buzzing of Voices Lockers clanging Bells ringing “Do we have assigned seats?” “Do we need notebooks today?” “What’s for lunch?” “Jason? Here. Becky? Here.” When the start of school is just around the corner I begin thinking about how I want to start off my year to help build an

Start of School Waxed floors Buzzing of Voices Lockers clanging Bells ringing “Do we have assigned seats?” “Do we need notebooks today?” “What’s for lunch?” “Jason? Here. Becky? Here.” When the start of school is just around the corner I begin thinking about how I want to start off my year to help build an... read more