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Farewell to this blog

Photo Credit: thom via Compfight As you may have read, we will no longer be using this blog site next year. Instead all my efforts will be going into our new site which you can access here. http://www.xpress360.net.au/ I will be writing new posts on that blog only. If you want to continue blogging in […]

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ISTE2014 – been and gone

Just a quick post about my impressions of #ISTE2014. I will write separate posts about apps/tools to use in your classroom and one about other people to follow either via their blogs or Twitter. Firstly, transportation in Atlanta was fantastic – hop on the MARTA (train) from the airport and get off at N4 about […]

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On holidays + ISTE2014

As many of you may have realised, I have been on holidays over the last three weeks. I have been touring Ireland doing some family history research on my great great grandmother who came out to Tasmania as a convict. But I have also been a tourist with Davo, the Tasmanian Devil soft toy who […]

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A few changes – please read

Photo Credit: fliegender via Compfight G’day blogging classes, teachers and students in Tasmania, No more blogging with the eschoolblog URL after the end of 2014 You may have noticed a recent change to your blog. The URL now begins with www and you have lost your  fantastic clustrmap. The reason for this is that  Edublogs […]

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New student blogging course

Photo Credit: Lizette Greco via Compfight Our student blogging course starts on Monday March 17. Another course will be run later in the year if you want to add students then. The course is run via an online classroom, so students need to be self motivated and fairly independent. They also need to want to […]

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Safer Internet Day Feb 11

Now that your class has started blogging, they might need to learn some skills about being safe on the internet. Here are a few links to activities you might want to use for Safer Internet Day on Tuesday February 11. CyberSmart have a set of free challenges relating to real life issues on the internet. […]

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Introducing blog to students

So you have spent many hours of your holidays getting your blog ready, even maybe taking part in the refresher course. You are overloaded with information and new terminology. But how are you going to start blogging with your students? Here are a few suggestions: Start with paper blogging. Here is a post explaining how […]

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Is your blog ready for a new class?

You are getting ready to head back to school next week. You have probably been into your classroom, started setting up the displays, got the furniture organized, made sure you have all the equipment you need to start when the students arrive. But have you thought about your class blog? Some of the following hints […]

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2014, here we come!

Photo Credit: Enokson via Compfight Welcome back to a new year of blogging. First are the refresher courses being held in Devonport, Launceston and Hobart this week. For those of you who couldn’t attend due to family commitments or other holiday events, here are some of the links used to help you with your blogging […]

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Congratulations

Congratulations go to both Mackenzie and Annabel whose blogs have been shortlisted in the best student blog section of the Edublog Awards. If teachers wish to vote for their blogs before the 18th December, please click on the image below. You may only vote once  from the same IP address. This means vote from lots […]

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