posted by Norman Herr @ 9:25 PM
any pictures of a self-arrest?
Pen Pal with students overseas:http://chandlerschooleuropeclass.blogspot.com/
have students respond to a question and then have students respond to each others comments.
Use a blog to get student responses to posted images/ drawings of examples of architecture.
I would create a class blog to post class activities, field trip pictures with comments, and projects completed by the students. My personal blog is for my family.
after reading an article have students discuss it
What Mark said. Students can be required to post weekly and view any problems and insights from the class.
I could use it to ask the students to relate our concepts in ICS regarding incident angles for light to CO2 levels in the atmosphere.
I could use the blog to post information.For projects I could show sample work and also students could see other students work.At the end of the project I could actually pick the best 3 and post images or something
30 more minutes until 10 pm.
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I concur with joanie
Nice way to interact with students, between students, parents, colleagues
Could not find the picture you posted
post questions about the day's lesson
students review for a test
To get students to make the connection between science in the class and science in the real world
Discussions and reflections of daily lessons.
come up with test questions
Tracking information without having to worry about the right date.
Collect students feedbacks for a lab activity
I personally can use a blog to publish weekly assignments and the agenda for the week.
Students can comment on photos of something that relates to class. They can be required to post something every week.
Link to current events, comment and ask students for reactions.
Post daily agenda.Post daily science puzzlers.
You could use a blog to post artwork and allow for positive comments only.
Students can share their stories that relate to the days topic. For example when discussing eating disorders students can share stories (prior knowledge) and other students can discuss or comment on previous messages. Students can discuss topics and not take up sooo much class time...
I would:post articles class updatesmind trap puzzlesclass photos
On a blog you can post pictures of yourself performing death-defying feats. This will impress cooperative students and disorient hostile students.
Blogs are useful when a substitute is in class. Students will have the instructions and it reduces workload.
blogging is a great way for students to discuss a lesson or a lab
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