Blogging lets you and your students publish their work, have written discussions, and interact with a broader - more authentic - audience. Blogging can be used to form a discussion forum, post short current events articles, invite students' thoughts, foster communication among multiple classes, serve as a log of student progress on an assignment or project, build a digital portfolio, post photos and homework assignments, and much more.
To get started, first choose your platform. We have a number of recommendations on our Blogging Apps Recommendations page.
Once you are all set up, these classroom and teacher blogs help you get started with your students.
- Adventures in Middleschooling - student created art blog
- iPads in Primary Education - showcase of student projects and teacher activities from David Andrews
- Learning and Sharing with Ms. Lirenman - 1st grade classroom blog from Karen Lirenman
- Mrs. Wideen's Blog - professional blog from elementary teacher, Kristen Wideen
- Mobile Learning in Medfield - portfolio of student projects and activities at Blake Middle School
- Primary Preoccupation - 1st grade class blog from Kathy Cassidy
- The Eanes ISD iPad Project - insights and project examples from Westlake High School from Lisa Johnson
- The Forever Student - class blog from high school science teacher, Elizabeth Glassman
- Zig Zagging - professional blog from elementary teacher, Meghan Zigmond