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  1. How can others access your students' blogs to write comments, or don't you want that to happen? Will students be moderating comments? I am teaching a Computers in the Classroom course to teachers, and the students in the course might like to read the blogs. Let me know your thoughts.

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    1. I'll make those public after my students are a little more comfortable.

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    2. Post to Twitter with the hashtag #comments4kids

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    3. Post to Twitter with the hashtag #comments4kids

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    4. If you use KidBlog, you have the option to make comments public or private -- a powerful tool for supplying feedback for all or more personal, critical feedback for individuals.

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  2. Thanks for the thoughts. This is round-two for student blogging this year (for me) and I'm doing a lot of the things you wrote about. I'm also trying to get my kids connected to other classes using #comments4kids. Do you have a master list of your students' writing that I can share with my kids as we get started?

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    1. I might check out the #comments4kids approach.

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  3. 7 years!?! I'm so impressed! Thanks for the pointers. This will be my first year.

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  5. This is my 2nd full year using Blogs in the classroom. Semester 1 was a learning experience, Semester 2, refine some things, Semester 3, getting the hang of this...one thing I agree with is not making it a glorified class journal. It is much more important to encourage autonomy and authenticity. I also use Blogger, encourage embedded images, and even creative blog titles.

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  8. Now #8 is the most important thing to impart to students when it comes to blogging! It's great that students learn as early as now how not to practice the art of "copy-pasting" and respect someone's intellectual property as private. I believe no one wants to be interrogated by a copyright lawyer nyc right?

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  10. I've never used a bog, but I see how it could be helpful in the classroom, especially at the upper grade levels.

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