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Create a Teaching Blog!

Thinking of starting a teaching blog, but not sure where to start? We've put together an amazing collection of resources, tips, and examples to help you get started!

You have a Class Blog – Now what? Great tips for building your audience and keeping your blog running for years.

You have a Class Blog – Now what? | Celia's reflections

ccoffa.edublogs.org

Global Online Academy's school blog. Great example of showcasing student work and teachers sharing professional development resources.

Gallery of Student Work 2013-14 (Part 1)

globalonlineacademy.wordpress.com

7 Smart Ways to Teach With Your Blog

7 Smart Ways to Teach With Your Blog - A.J. Juliani

ajjuliani.com

Great tips and reasons why you and your students should be blogging.

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners: Blogging to Learn

d97cooltools.blogspot.ru

Great tips for building your Twitter and blog audience.

How to Quickly Improve Your Social Media Presence

rebekahradice.com

Blogging provides an authentic way for students to write about their passions. Here are 7 Ways Students Value Blogging.

3 Steps To Visual Design Mastery. Great guide to finding icons and navigating Creative Commons policy.

3 Steps To Visual Design Mastery

ipadsammy.com

Connect With Others – Join the Edublogger’s Class Blog List!

Connect With Others - Join Our Class Blog List!

theedublogger.com

Great example of a school blog. Many of the posts are used to raise awareness about issues that are important to them. | Carson Elementary School

Spread the Word to end the Word at Carson Elementary School

carsonschool.edublogs.org

Great guide to using SAMR (Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, Redefinition) with classroom blogs.

Upgrading Blogs Through Lens of SAMR

langwitches.org

Blogging should not be an add-on, not an isolated project, but should be seen as PEDAGOGY.

Blogging as Pedagogy: Facilitate Learning

langwitches.org

Great tips for creating blog titles that hook your readers.

You Have 1 Second to Hook a Potential Reader

langwitches.org

6 Reasons Why You Should Blog With Your Class. Great ideas for making connections with the world outside of the classroom!

6 Reasons Why You Should Blog With Your Class

fractuslearning.com

Hubspot's Blog Topic Generator. Because coming up with an engaging blog title can take forever!

You Have 1 Second to Hook a Potential Reader

langwitches.org

The 2014 Honor Roll: EdTech’s Must-Read K–12 IT Blogs

The 2014 Honor Roll: EdTech’s Must-Read K–12 IT Blogs

edtechmagazine.com

What a great find! Useful resource to find images for your blogs.

The Ultimate Directory Of Free Image Sources

theedublogger.com

Teach your students how to write quality comments on posts before they move on to writing their own posts.

Blogging: Teaching Commenting Skills : Primary Tech

primarytech.global2.vic.edu.au

Great guide to help teachers develop a social media policy for their school.

How to Write a Social Media Policy to Empower Employees |

socialmediaexaminer.com

Using blogs to engage your students!

Blogging With My Students

reallearning213.wordpress.com

How teachers and students can use their blogs to become their own information curators for others in their learning community.

Blogging as a Curation Platform

langwitches.org

Summer is a great time to reflect and work on your teaching blog. In this Edutopia article, find the best tips and tools to make it happen!

Start Your Teaching Blog: Resources, Advice, and Examples

edutopia.org

Quick and easy tips on how to make your blog engaging and visually interesting.

Rockstar Blogging Tips (infographic) - On The Webb Social Media

onthewebbsocialmedia.com