Started this discussion. Last reply by Jennifer Whiting Aug 27, 2012. 2 Replies 0 Likes
Hi,It's been awhile since I've been on the site. Can anyone suggest a good free website builder for students. One that is easy for students to navigate create multiple pages and links?Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Aimee Feb 23, 2010. 5 Replies 0 Likes
Hello all,I would like to create class and student blogs. I tried ning but it quickly turned into a "my space" because I could not control content or member pages.The gold standard seems to be…Continue
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Hi World,I will post on my own discussion, that I've had on this topic but not sure if it shows up on top. Today I excitedly started inviting my students by assigned periods/groups to joing my ning…Continue
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Hello,Thanks for all your suggestions and advice. Now I'm curious, if someone responds but does not include any of their personal/class links, is there a way to locate them on their profile or other…Continue
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Glad you're here. I'm beginning blogging with my 6th graders. I plan on using Edublogs. The biggest advantage for me, is that kids can post comments using the subsidiary gmail addresses I've given them. Some other blogging platforms won't accept them. Here's a link about the advantages of, and "how to" regarding subsidiary gmail accounts for young students.
Hope this helps.