Tag: Sharing Kidblog

A new reason to call your friends

A new reason to call your friends

We love our friends and respect our colleagues, and in all types of relationships, we have the desire to connect with people and share useful information. As of today, you can share a valuable resource, a discount, and earn a little something in return. Share the benefits of safe student publishing with Kidblog. Your friend or

We love our friends and respect our colleagues, and in all types of relationships, we have the desire to connect with people and share useful information. As of today, you can share a valuable resource, a discount, and earn a little something in return. Share the benefits of safe student publishing with Kidblog. Your friend or... read more

DCPS Study Abroad Experience

DCPS Study Abroad Experience

  Blogging While Abroad In 2016, the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) launched the nation’s first fully-funded global travel program for students, sending approximately 400 students and educator chaperones on short-term trips abroad during the summer. The goal of DCPS Study Abroad is to make travel more equitably accessible to students in middle and

  Blogging While Abroad In 2016, the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) launched the nation’s first fully-funded global travel program for students, sending approximately 400 students and educator chaperones on short-term trips abroad during the summer. The goal of DCPS Study Abroad is to make travel more equitably accessible to students in middle and... read more

Using Kidblog to Teach (and be taught)

Using Kidblog to Teach (and be taught)

    As a STEM teacher, I am always reminding myself to ‘let go’ and give students more ownership of their learning. To help with this practice, I offered students a chance to apply for a ‘Blogging Assistant’ job with me. Two students chose to apply, submit letters of reference and were interviewed by two

    As a STEM teacher, I am always reminding myself to ‘let go’ and give students more ownership of their learning. To help with this practice, I offered students a chance to apply for a ‘Blogging Assistant’ job with me. Two students chose to apply, submit letters of reference and were interviewed by two... read more

Kidblog Membership Process

Kidblog Membership Process

The Kidblog membership process demonstrates how blogging across a school or district begins with one teacher, bringing the benefits of blogging to his or her students. Learn where you fit in the process below. 30-Day Free Trial Use Kidblog with your students for 30 days, free of charge. This is a full-featured trial, where you

The Kidblog membership process demonstrates how blogging across a school or district begins with one teacher, bringing the benefits of blogging to his or her students. Learn where you fit in the process below. 30-Day Free Trial Use Kidblog with your students for 30 days, free of charge. This is a full-featured trial, where you... read more

Why start blogging at the end of the school year?

Why start blogging at the end of the school year?

“Why would I get started with blogging so far into the school year? It’s just too late!” I’ve heard this objection so many times. However, the reasons why the end of the school season makes for a great time to get started with blogging are surprisingly logical. Think about it, you’re winding down, getting ready

“Why would I get started with blogging so far into the school year? It’s just too late!” I’ve heard this objection so many times. However, the reasons why the end of the school season makes for a great time to get started with blogging are surprisingly logical. Think about it, you’re winding down, getting ready... read more

Learner Profile: An interview with Margaret Simon

Learner Profile: An interview with Margaret Simon

The following is an excerpt from “Digital Portfolios in the Classroom: Showcasing and Assessing Student Work” by Matt Renwick (ASCD, 2017). You can purchase a copy of the book here.  Margaret Simon is a gifted and talented teacher in New Orleans, Louisiana. She works with many students in several schools, specifically related to English Language

The following is an excerpt from “Digital Portfolios in the Classroom: Showcasing and Assessing Student Work” by Matt Renwick (ASCD, 2017). You can purchase a copy of the book here.  Margaret Simon is a gifted and talented teacher in New Orleans, Louisiana. She works with many students in several schools, specifically related to English Language... read more

Blogging in a Library Setting

Blogging in a Library Setting

Educators are constantly encouraged to implement technology into their curriculum. The abundance of apps, websites, and online tools can quickly become overwhelming for teachers and librarians. As media specialists, it is your job to master online tools and teach the most effective platforms to other teachers in your school. It is likely you have been

Educators are constantly encouraged to implement technology into their curriculum. The abundance of apps, websites, and online tools can quickly become overwhelming for teachers and librarians. As media specialists, it is your job to master online tools and teach the most effective platforms to other teachers in your school. It is likely you have been... read more