The online trainings will be open and public to anyone that would like to participate. While we will provide a suggested time line and set of activities, you can participate however you like, and once the courses are complete, they will remain live for future reference.
One of our main goals is to model how blogs can be used as effective and collaborative learning tools.
The first topic will be “30 days to kickstart your blogging” and will cover topics such as writing effective blogs posts, embedding media, and building readership.
Future topics will include building a Personal Learning Network (PLN), online student safety, and using the best of the free resources on the web.
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This week in the Edublog world
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Posts you might have missed
- The Edubloggers Introduction to Blogging
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- The Winners of the 2010 Edublog Awards!
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Summing it up
We hope that you will join us in the upcoming professional development series.
As 2010 comes to a close, we wish you the best to you and yours.