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Note to teachers: Post your class blogs page on Twitter and use #comments4kids to get responses from a global audience. Your students will appreciate hearing from people all over the world.

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Paper Blogging

Teacher Notes: I suggest starting your students off blogging by writing the blog posts on paper either handwriting them or typing them on a word document. (Good practice for them keyboarding too!)

Use hashtag #comment4kids on Twitter to get comments on student blogs

Etiquette - Netiquette - Social Skills page

Easy WP Guide. An Easy to follow WordPress Manual

WordPress Lessons « WordPress Codex

#Blogging #Presentation #Portfolio

Commentary: Why superintendents should blog


QuadBlogging® – "In terms of young children developing as writers this is the most interesting development in the last 20 years." Pie Corbett


Creating Blogs and Websites @rmbyrne

A Comparison of Blogging Services for Teachers and Students @rmbyrne

How to Create a Blog: Not another blank WordPress install guide

Tips for Better Blogging @suewaters

What NOT To Do as a Student (or Teacher) Blogger @EmergingEdTech

Blogging Platforms for Education - Pinterest

AUP (Acceptable Use Policy) page

Blogging Guidelines

4 #Blogging Tips That Actually Work @nancyrubin

4 Ideas to Help You Start a Blog @gcouros

Five Reasons to Share Student Work with the World @NoApp4Pedagogy

Why Your Students Should Blog: 6 Powerful Benefits | Emerging Education Technologies

7 Blogging Tools for Teachers Compared and Ranked @rmbyrne

10 Ways Bloggers Can Use Twitter

12 (More) Fabulous EdTech Blogs to Follow @erriccurts

Edublogs Free, Pro or Campus? | Edublogs - teacher and student blogs

Kidblog: Blogs for Teachers and Students

How to Start a Blog In 20 Minutes