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Links 1 through 10 of 119 by John Sutton tagged blogging

Really simple tool to make your own PNG graphic badges. Select colour, shape, icon and text and simply download the png file. Also a simple avatar and banner creator tool.

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Excellent and simple button generator - the best I've found on the web. Perfect for creating that Login button for your blog.

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Interesting blogpost on the increasing impact of user generated content in the classroom and the implications for teachers and learners.

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Martin Waller muses on the nature of the audience for his class blog and this imagined audience drives his young writers.

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Making the link between the blog and its audience has always been vital. This post shows an innovative use of YouTube to do just that.

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A great collection of ideas using Clustrmaps as a curriculum resource (Clustrmaps are those little dot maps in the sidebar of your blog). It's a Google Doc, so add your own.

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Research laws, customs and moral codes in your own country and compare with others. A great idea that could easily be adapted as a blog project, maybe as a starter for a Quadblogging group.

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Great article describing some of the project that David Mitchell has set up and why he thinks that blogging in schools is so powerful.

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Taking a cue from the famous literary challenge to Ernest Hemingway to write a story in 6 words ("For sale: baby shoes, never worn."), why note create your own 6 word story challenge on your class blog through commenting.

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I like this idea: using spam emails as a stimulus for writing. Alan Gillespie outlines many of the interesting responses he got, from the children who took the spam literally and replied politely, to those who twigged immediately and responded in kind. There is sure to be plenty of discussion resulting.

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