Edublogs Weekly Review: Move over Google Reader, Facebook is my news reader of choice

Right up there with running more and eating healthier, keeping up with the blogs I like to follow has been my easy way out of New Year’s resolutions the past few years. How many of you out there have also spent a good amount of time setting up your Google Reader only to let the…

Edublogs Weekly Review: Attack of the web browsers and RockMelt wins!

It all started on a typical Monday morning when my web browser of choice, Chrome, just stopped working for me. A quick google search lead nowhere – only that others experienced similar problems over the past year, but no help or advice. I deleted, reinstalled, upgraded, downgraded, and nothing – Chrome was not happy. So…

(This is a "Page")Welcome Weebly

Welcome Weebly Users Welcome! On August 1, 2022, the Weebly for Education platform will be discontinued. Edublogs is partnering with Weebly to provide an alternative platform where you can host teacher, classroom, and student websites. Edublogs is free to use and comes with access to many useful tools like our My Class tool, which gives…

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Blogs & WebsitesFor Education By educators, for educators. We are the oldest and most trusted web publishing platform for teachers and students. Over 5 million blogs and counting since 2005 Why Edublogs? Share, collaborate, build, and learn. Teacher Friendly Use our easy invite codes and class management tools to get started. And most importantly, it’s…

Edublogs Weekly Review: The power of twitter, #edchat, and student blogging

I’ll be the first to admit that several years ago when I heard about twitter I was more than skeptical. I would occasionally check it out and just not really get it. Today, while I don’t tweet as often as I’d like, I can’t imagine a day without checking the stream to see what my…

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