Building our writing community.Posted: September 12, 2012
I would like to invite you to create a blog so we can consolidate our learning community’ connections. Please go to the side bar on this blog and look for Teacher Challenge activities. This site will walk you through the process of setting up your blog. Use either wordpress or edublogs. WordPress has tutorials for everything in English and in Spanish, so that might be helpful for you.
When you have created and personalized your theme on your blog, send me an email with the URL of your blog. This way I can put you on our class blog and we can become more connected.
If there is a quorum of people who would like to work online, please answer this post with a comment so I know who you are and we can find a way to connect to the online version of the class, which is waht we were going to do during our next class.
The learning curve is steep…but for most of you, it is fun to finally start your first blog. This blog serves to break down the classroom walls, no matter where our classroom is!
Our campus continues to be closed, and Quadratin continues to provide up to the minute coverage of what is happening. Next to all the articles about marches, and plantons, I would like to share this article from Quadratin, which for me, underlines the lack of authenticity in this take-over by “would-be students”