William Chamberlain & His 6th Grade Class: In The Classroom with Kidblog! Part 3 of 3

The following is one of a  series of guest posts written by real teachers across America who embrace Kidblog in their classrooms. We’re excited to showcase their stories of dedication and success right here for you readers at home.

Welcome back! You’ve seen part one. You’ve seen part two. Now it’s time for the much anticipated final installment of Kidblog’s interview with 6th grade teacher William Chamberlain from Noel, Missouri! Kidblog’s own Matt Hardy continues this interview, during which William’s has shared his role in the blogging space, particularly as it relates to students and student comments. Click below to watch the final takeaways from William!

Stay tuned for more inspiring blog posts, interviews, photos and video clips from our community of teachers around the world using Kidblog in their own classrooms!

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One comment

  1. Nancy Van Erp

    Thanks Kidblog (and William!) for providing this resource for all of us to learn from. In the coming weeks and months we’re going to be moving Saint Mary’s University M.Ed. in Teaching & Learning learners from lurkers to bloggers and we will use the ideas shared here as a scaffold and inspiration. From there we will support our practicing teachers as they take their new skills and appreciation for blogging to their classrooms and students. Let the ripples begin!

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