Well done…

Well done to all of you that have spent time this weekend following up on the student blogging challenge.

I have visited all of your blogs this weekend and left some comments.

This week you will be asked to gather evidence to help you make judgements about your blogging progress. We will revisit the blogging rubric we developed as a class quite some time ago.

SO…

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5A…welcome to the world of blogging

Last week we spent class time setting up our individual blogs.  The classroom was abuzz with excitement and enthusiasm. For one or two of you, there was also a little frustration as you had to ‘problem solve’ some initial login problems.

So yes…working with technology can be both challenging and rewarding at the same time.

This week we will be exploring this question… ‘How do I create a great blog post?’

I look forward to your thoughts.

 

Digital footprints…what are they and why are they important?

I know for a fact that you have heard of the term ‘digital footprints’.

Do you really know what they are ?

Tomorrow we will view this segment from  Behind the News. You will be asked to leave a quality comment. I wonder why?

digital footprint

By the way …what is a quality comment? The information contained in the image below is courtesy of

http://yollisclassblog.blogspot.com.au/…  another blog worth exploring if you have time to explore our Global blogging community.

Quality Comments

One Day on Earth

One Day on Earth Participant Trailer from One Day On Earth on Vimeo.

 

Today we viewed this video.
As you watch the images , as you listen to the words…I wonder what you are thinking and what mesages you are receiving.

Visit the website by clicking on the image below and read about the “One Day On Earth” project. I would appreciate your thoughts and especially  those of mum and dad.

An activity worth considering? …Let me know!   

 

One Day On Earth - The World's Story is Yours to Tell - Windows Internet Explore_2010-09-03_20-22-13

Oh…and by the way 6B, what is a time capsule? Have a conversation with mum and dad. I’m sure they can shed some light on the subject.