Hi everyone! I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving weekend.
Below is the presentation schedule.
Make sure you come to class on time, on both dates.
You are required to give written feedback to your classmates,
which will count as part of your participation grade.
Also, please note that the computer in our classroom can’t read thumbdrives.
So if you plan to use PPT slides, please email the file to your own email addrsss or
use Google Drive/Dropbox.
Brainstorming: How to Write a Good Blog Post
Read the following sample blog posts and answer the following questions:
What is each post about?
How is the post structured?
In your opinion, what is a good blog post?
In the post about 18 benefits of educational blogging, which entries stood out to you? Why?
How would you like to use the blog as your learning tool this semester?
(1) “The 12 Dos and Don’ts of Writing a Blog”
The 12 Dos and Don’ts of Writing a Blog
(2) “Why Teachers and Students Should Blog: 18 Benefits of Educational Blogging”
Why Teachers And Students Should Blog: 18 Benefits of Educational Blogging
Student Blogs: Learning to Write in Digital Spaces
Free Graphic Design Tool
Tutorial Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/canvadesign/videos
Tutorial Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0miFingOVhM_gPGPb-rEkA
Below is a step-by-step guide to posting on the blog.
How To Create a Blog Post on a Course Site
Make sure you select the right “category” on the right column before you publish your post.
Otherwise, your post won’t show where you want it to be!
I look forward to reading lots of interesting posts from you all!
If you have any questions regarding blogging, please leave me a comment below.