I’ve been putting together a unit on blogging for editc and gathered a fair number of links, which are here. (they are also in my bookmarks, furl and del.icio.us links). I am finding it quite hard to decide where to keep all of this stuff in an organised fashion.
Anyway here are the links…
- the Blog entry in wikipedia gives an excellent overview of blogging.
- the UK Edbloggers directory, mostly FE at the moment.
- EdBlogger Praxis Find Examples of Educator Blogs Online. Participate and comment.
Teacher Educator Blogs
- edu.blogs.com Ewan McIntosh shows how blogs and podcasts aren’t just a gimmick: they can be used to provide powerful learning in Scottish schools.
- edcompblog random thoughts about Educational Computing from a lecturer at Jordanhill, the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow
- weblogg-ed.commaintained by Will Richardson, blogvangelist: site is dedicated to discussions and reflections on the use of Weblogs, wikis, RSS, audiocasts and other Read/Write Web related technologies in the K-12 realm.
- blog of David Warlick Educational technologist.
- Educational Weblogs, numerous links and resources all about educational weblogs and best practice examples.
- edublogs.org is a no-profit adventure into providing free WordPress blogs and hosting for teachers, students, researchers, librarians, writers and anyone who is interested in or working in education. May be a good place to get a free blog.
- anne.teachesme blogvangelist
- Alan November?s blog.
- ?Reflections of a Techie
School and class Blogs
Musselburgh Grammar School?s collection of blogs. Including virtual school trips, podcasts, the school council online and all sorts of innovative content.
- Sandaig Otters – The Weblog of Sandaig Primary School in Glasgow Sandaig Primary School Glasgow.
- Mr. Wright’s Class Mr Wright?s 3rd Grade Class, USA class blog.
- Room 208 Room 208, is a blog for a grade 3-4 in the USA, where individual children have their own blogs. The children also produce a regular podcast (audio blog).
- Mr.McGaughey’s Grade 2 Class Mr. McGaughey’s
Grade 2 Class blog in the USA.