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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by Mark Wagner tagged blogs

Thanks for Jo Mcleay for pointing out that Casper's blog (or an archive of it) is back up at a new URL. This has been one of my favorite student blog examples for at least two years. :)

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This blog is a companion to the Ning I just bookmarked. Their goal "is to challenge adolescents to explore and investigate their roles, identities, and responsibilities in their communities and in the world.
[They] want to encourage, transform, relate, challenge, and share voices,talent, and creativity."

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New from James Farmer, creator of edublogs.org... Blogs.mu gives you not only your own blog, but your own instance of Wordpress Multi-User, so you can create a whole blogging community for your school or other purposes. This is essentially the ability to create your own edublogs.org: "Blogs.mu is a site that allows you to setup your own WordPress based blog community or network - with the minimum of fuss. Set up blogs yourself or let users come to you."

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I haven't tried this fast-growing service, but wonder if it would be of interest to educators looking for a "walled garden" approach to using two-way web technologies with their students: "Multiply makes it easy to create, share and discuss your blog, photos, and videos with more of the people you know, and fewer of the people you don't."

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My new reader subscriptions and setup brought me this post - from outside the usual echo chamber. This guy's a software engineer who has worked on Learning Management Systems... and prefers his blog.

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I've known about this for a long time, but finally explored it. I think I'll be using this service to spruce up my future presentation slides - and blog posts.

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An adult education blog by Martha Rankin at Newport-Mesa USD, with a focus on building PLCs.

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Brother James has also been blogging regularly, as a transformative practice. And he's discovered that Blogger now hosts video!

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Miguel tries his hand at answering this frequent question.

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