This is the first time that I have ever blogged. I have little to no experience with blogging. I know that blogging is a way for people to express their views and opinion on an interactive site. I have read different sports blogs that are linked to national sites.The link to my blog is as follows:http://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=3063474003771642970#allposts
Oop's entered the wrong link to my blog, here is the correct one:http://tonyfischerwest.blogspot.com/
I've never blogged before, but I get the idea of it. I know a lot about it, and my wife has made websites based on blogging sites (Wordpress). I read a lot of message boards, but I stay off of blogs for the most part. This course may change that!
I have never blogged before but have always wanted to start one. I have zero experience with it then, but I love reading other blogs. I follow numerous running blogs, of which I read about 5 each day. I feel they are very motivating and a small insight into other peoples' lives. The link to my blog is as follows:pribylruns.blogspot.com
I did my intro blog for week 1, blog 1. Then I did the 10 Picture assignment, and somehow it added to my week 1 blog instead of being a separate blog. I'm not sure why nor how to fix it. Any help would be appreciated!
I have read other people's blogs. I read my niece's when she was in Malawi a couple o years ago and my friend's blog "Iowa Girl." I attempted to have my students post their personal essay to a blog in the past, but I didn't do the class blog correctly, I guess, so it didn't work out. The link to my blog is:http://kathyliebenguth.blogspot.com/
I have read many other people's blogs and love doing so, but have never written my own because I feel like I don't have anything that interesting to write about! I am afraid of the time commitment that seems needed for a blog to be worthwhile.http://5thmckibbon.blogspot.com
I have never been a blogger. A faint desire to write a book has burned inside of me for years, but have just found writing to be monotonous. I want to really start exploring writing and blogging in particular to expand my teaching and expand how my students are interacting and writing outside of school. There are some blogs I prescribe to, most of which deal with athletics or education. This will be a great experience for all of us involved. mrdunnhistory.blogspot.com
I have never blogged before, but I am excited to learn more about them and how to use them. Here is the link to my blog. I hope it's up and running. http://bellevuewestseniorenglish.blogspot.com/
I have never blogged before, but I do follow several blogs (mostly sports related). I want to motivate my students to research and learn outside of class. I feel guiding them with a blog will be fun and educational. http://mrpelzer.blogspot.com/
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I have never had a blog before and I don't really follow any blogs. It seems simple enough and I think it is something that I could incorporate into my class.http://crawfordscience.blogspot.com/
Umm...I have never blogged, read a blog, and don't really know much about blogging either!?! I found it VERY difficult to begin my blog page and set it up, but I think I finally got it...Taking these CCUs have given me a new energy to get into the classroom and begin a new year using more technology. http://msfrankbwest.blogspot.com/
I have used Google Docs personally and professionally. I am a director of BPS Day Camp and I saved the directors an entire day of planning field trips by creating a Google Doc. I have also used Google Docs with staff at staff meetings. There is so much more involvement when you have staff members contribute to a Google Docs rather than shout answers or suggestions out. I would like to learn more about incorporating Google Docs in the classroom so I can better assist teachers.-Becky Baldwin