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Math Teachers

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Education Blogs by Disciplines

The “Most Popular” Blogs That Might Also Be Useful To Educators | Larry Ferlazzo

Cybrary Man's Blog

My Etiquette - Netiquette - Social Skills page

Blogging with Students - LiveBinder

Blogs and Twitter for English Language Teachers

Determining The Top Education Blogs

Education Blog List

Kidblog: Blogs for Teachers and Students

Links to School Bloggers

TeachersFirst: Blog Basics for the Classroom

Step 1 – Create A Class Blog | The Edublogger

The Nerdy Teacher: Blogger's Cafe In My Classroom?

Tips for using blogs in the classroom

Blogs in Education - Adult Learn

Blogging Alliance-Essential Educational Blogs

Edublogs Free, Pro or Campus? | Edublogs - teacher and student blogs

My Seven Edublogging Secrets

9 Benefits of Twitter for Bloggers

10 Ways Bloggers Can Use Twitter

13 Tutorials to Help You Grow Your Blog Readership Next Year

16 Handy iPhone Apps for Better Blogging

15 Free Tools for Better Blogging

The Twenty Blogs I Read First…  Larry Ferlazzo

33 Ways to use blogs in your classroom and in the educational setting

Top 50 Blogs for e-Learning Tools and Tips

Top 50 Blogs for e-Learning Tools and Tips

50 Useful Blogging Tools for Teachers

100 Best Blogs for Tech Savvy Teachers

100 Blogs Every New Teacher Should Read

100 Best Blogs for Tech-Savvy Teachers

Top 100 Technology Blogs for Teachers

100 Ways to Improve Your Blog

Blogging Unit for Download

Neaclass: Personalized Class Blog

How to create video activities on a teacher’s blog

Glogster Blogs

Share Blogs using Google Reader

Easy WP Guide. An Easy to follow WordPress Manual

A Really Easy Users Guide to WordPress for Beginners

WordPress Lessons « WordPress Codex

WordPress › Free WordPress Themes

Wordpress Themes √ Free Wordpress Themes √ Best Wordpress Templates

Technology Department: Wordpress Manual

License Your Work

Blog LIc Guidelines Tutorial on How to Blog - The Educator's PLN

Creating Blogs and Websites

Blogging in Education | USC Rossier Online

The Care and Feeding of Your Blog | The Daring Librarian

Educational Blogging Rubric

Tips for Better Blogging

Blogging in the 21st-Century Classroom

Student Blogging Activities That Don't Rely On Text

PodOmatic | To Blog or Not to Blog

Icerocket blog search

Blogging Platforms for Education - Pinterest

Student Centred Blogging
Primary Tech

A Short Guide to Mobile Blogging Apps for Students and Teachers

The Re:Framed Project: Student Blogging Do’s and Don[u]ts

My AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) Page

Teen Learning 2.0 - Blogging Guidelines

AHS Blog Acceptable Use Policy

Sample Blog Acceptable Use Policy

Four Good Ways to Use Media In Your Classroom Blog

5 Awesome New Tools for Bloggers

5 Reasons Educators Should Blog

Ten Commandments: Blog and Wiki Etiquette

10 Tips for Introducing Blogging into your Classroom

10 + 1 Steps to Meaningful Student Blogging

Thirteen Thoughts on Student Blogging

Widgets and Gadgets for Bloggers #CFLBlogCon

Tell Us Where You Blog! - The Educator's PLN

The Ultimate Guide to The Use of Blogs in Teaching

How Blogs Are Being Used For Effective Education

Blogging letter - Bud the Teacher's Wiki

Getting Middle Schoolers Hooked on Blogging, and Other News of Note – SimpleK12

Paper Blogging

Notes From McTeach: Learning to Blog Using Paper

The Right Technology May Be a Pencil | Edutopia

Paper Blogging - Blogging in the Classroom - YouTube

Begin at the Beginning: Paper-Blogging with your Students

Write Better Blog Posts Today

How To Write An Awesome Blog Post

How to Write Great Content for Your Blog

Entri | Free & Simple Collaborative Document Sharing Tool - Share Your Blog Post Before Sharing It

Connecting Through Blogs

Best Embeds for Educational Wikis and Blogs

Blogger Buster: Helping You Build a Better Blog

Transforming Your Classroom Blog…into a Published Book


Cloudworks - Good blogs and stuff about Information Literacy



Blog Carnivals

What Is A Blog Hop Anyway?

Quad Blogging

QuadBlogging | "In terms of young children developing as writers this is the most interesting development in the last 20 years." Pie Corbett

QuadBlogging Connects Student Writers with Global Audiences | Edutopia

Quad Blogging

Quadblogging to happiness…

Quad blogging – an inquiry into teaching writing


Use hashtag #comment4kids on Twitter to get comments on student blogs

How To Teach Commenting Skills  Educational Blogging

How to Compose a Quality Comment!

Learn How To Comment

Paper Blogs: A Lesson in Commenting on Student Blogs

Mrs. Kolbert’s Class Blog » How To Be a Good Commenter

Quality Commenting Video by Third Graders | Langwitches Blog

We-R-Blogging - Guidelines

Getting Students Blogging! Students CAN do it! |

Blogging: Teaching Commenting Skills

Recommendations for Writing Comments on Student Papers

Improving Student Writing: Using Feedback as a Teaching Tool

Tips for Commenting on Student Writing The Teaching Center

Teaching Strategies: Feedback on Student Writing

Respond to student writing - Enhancing Education - CMU

From @DeborahMersino #gtchat

Tip 1: Be clear on your vision for blog. Is your mission to educate? enlighten? be a resource center? offer humor/personal hope?

Tip 2: Know your audience/Be clear about who you're writing for! If multiple audiences, cater to each regularly hen find out where your audiences gather (IRL & online).

Tip 3: Write straightforward, yet engaging posts. Simplicity is attractive to readers...can wind up being more impactful.

Tip 4: Unless writing a personal blog, try to cite research to substantiate, cite trends, timely issues. Use personal/human interest stories to illustrate points. Context important. Q&As work well. Guest bloggers.

Tip 5: Host a blog tour (take a bow @MaryStGeorge)!!! Tie it to an event (Gifted Education Awareness Week in NZ) or event. Series can also be powerful...choose topic...offer different perspectives on same topic.

Tip 6: Don't underestimate the power of pictures, videos, clips and imagery (graphs) to add zest & value. Helps visual spatials! Pictures also draw readers in (as many of you cited earlier). Particularly in the online word, imagery/pix are becoming more and more important. Try 2 find one that fits/delights!

Tip 7: Your job as a blogger is to do your art (think Seth Godin) & Share that unique perspective which only you can write.  You may have critics, smaller audience but it's essential to write authentic posts that are not only meaningful to audience., but to you!