If you came to the session on “Your Own Blog in 10 Minutes or Less,” listed below are the blogs to which we referred. Clicking on the links will allow you to view each of the blogs:

In addition to the blogs we discuss in the workshop, here are several created by teachers to use as communication tools with their classes:

  • Brandi Caldwell, a teacher at Mountain Brook High School, composed Mrs. C’s Senior English Blogs. From her last post there, it seems the school system began blocking Blogger, so you will see a link there to another venue she now uses. Here, you see Mrs. Caldwell composing the posts and her students responding with their comments.
  • On Mrs. Myrmel’s Classroom Blog, we see a blog used as a tool for a 3rd grade teacher to communicate with parents.
  • At the Room 303 Blog, Mrs. Huff’s students compose the posts. The most recent posts at present relate to student insights into The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Other students post comments where they respond to what their classmates have composed. This one is definitely worth a look.

Here is the link for ImageChef, the site which allows you to add your own text to a host of images and post them to your blog.
Do you know of other examples that would benefit teachers who are interested in using a blog in their classes? If you do, please leave a comment.