This podcast is a recording of my presentation at MacWorld 2007 at the K-12 Educators Market Symposium produced by California’s Computer Using Educators Inc. My topic was Safe Classroom Blogging to Improve Student Writing. The 6.5 minute video I shared at the start of the presentation is shared under a Creative Commons license and available for download via the podcast shownotes. Blogs are being SAFELY used by classroom teachers around the world to help students develop and refine their abilities to write and communicate effectively. Learn about a variety of classroom blog examples, and how you can get started using blogs in your classroom with free, safe digital tools.


Show notes for this podcast include:

  1. Perspectives on Classroom Blogging Video
  2. Resources and links mentioned in this presentation
  3. Wesley Fryer: MacWorld 2007 Speaker Bio

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One Response to Podcast116: Safe Classroom Blogging to Improve Student Writing

  1. Mark Ahlness says:

    Wesley, great presentation and podcast! I loved your analogy of a theoretical driver’s ed course. And thanks for the mention of my kids’ blog. Four have returned as “Alumni” from last year (see the right side and scroll down on ) No postings yet, but we’ll see…

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