Seven weeks ago I posted an entry entitled EDTECH537 – Blogging In The Classroom that described a course I have been teaching for the Department of Educational Technology at Boise State University this summer semester. During that time I have posted weekly messages to describe what I was asking the students to do and the readings I had assigned.
I have also posted entries for all of the activities I have asked of the students:
I have also posted sample blog entries for each of the different types of entries that I have asked of the students.
- Links Entry: iScoil
- List Entry: K-12 Online Learning Books
- Discussion Entry: K12 Inc. Reaches $2.5 Million Settlement with State of California with Resolution of All Claims, No Admission of Liability or Wrongdoing, No Fines or Penalties
- Commentary Entry: Online Learning And At-Risk Students
- Guest Blog Entry: A Case Study Into Blended Learning
- Image Entry: Statistics for July 2016
- Audio Entry: MVLRI Virtual Viewpoints
- Video Entry: MVLRI Spring 2016 Research Collaborative
- Poll Entry: Do You Support Cyber Charter Schooling?
- Image Entry: VISCED
- Guest Blog Entry: Is The Tried And True “Read and Discuss” Assignment Still Relevant For Teachers?
Finally, during Week 5 I asked the students to participate in blogging in three different formats (and posted a sample entry for one of those):
- Examining Generational Differences
- Potential Hazards Of Blogging
- Impressions of Russell Street School
This year I also made a point of highlighting things in the monthly statistics entries for my EDTECH537 students.
I always post this summary message for those folks who haven’t been following along for the past seven weeks, as I suspect this will be the closest I ever get to one of those # days to a better blog series.