3 ideas for a successful class blog

03/18/2013 | Teacher Leaders Network

Classroom blogs are a great project to motivate students to write, but they can be a lot of work for teachers, writes sixth-grade language arts teacher Bill Ferriter. In this blog post, Ferriter shares three tips he has learned while developing blog projects for his class, such as training students to work as editors to assign, edit and post student articles. "You'll find that they are JUST as capable as you are -- and probably MORE motivated!" he writes.

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