In this episode, we’ll answer the question, “What is microblogging?” and look at a lesson idea (with a customizable template) that takes a spin on blogging with students. You’ll hear about this popular way to share information and how to connect students’ microblogging creations with an authentic audience!
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Tips for Blogging with Students
- Set an intention for your microblogging project.
- Decide on an authentic audience for student projects.
- Share examples with students so they can envision their creations.
- Customize a template to connect to your learning goals.
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- EdTech Books by Monica Burns
- EdTech Essentials: A Sneak Peek Inside My New Book (Podcast Episode)
- Download the free study guide for EdTech Essentials
- Seesaw (Student-driven Digital Portfolios & Parent Communication)
- Google Classroom
- Unsplash (Free High-Quality Photos)
- Google Slides (Free Online Presentation Tool)
- A Microblogging Lesson Idea and Template You Can Customize (Blog Post)
- Creating Real Audiences for Student Projects with Jennifer Hall (Podcast Episode)
- Favorite Google Slides Tips (Podcast Episode)
- Showcase Student Learning With Seesaw Updates (Blog Post)
- Microsoft Teams (Collaboration tool)
- Must-Try Updates from Microsoft Teams Assignments (Blog Post)
- How to Find Photos for Student Projects (Blog Post)
- How to Make Collections of Photos for Students to Use (Podcast Episode)
- Everything New in Microsoft Teams Assignments (Podcast Episode)
- How to Choose an Audience for Student Projects (Blog Post)
- 5 Tips to Keep EdTech Simple This School Year (Blog Post)
- 3 Types of Audience for Student Work [EdTech Essentials Spotlight] (Podcast Episode)
- 4 Ways to Create an Authentic Audience for Students (Blog Post)
- 6 Tips for Connecting Students with an Audience for their Work (Blog Post)