These are my notes from an unconference session on Glogster in the classroom at the “Co-teaching and Collaboration Conference” in St Paul, Minnesota on 11 Nov 2010, at the School Community of Excellence. This session was facilitated by Angie Wrobleski.

Glogster is an internet website where you can make a poster, add text, audio, videos, and links
– if you create one for free without logging in, you can’t edit it later

There is that has content flagging, so you’re less likely to run into objectionable content (it’s definitely possible on the main site)

This is a collection of great educational / classroom Glogster examples created for this workshop

Glogster in 90 seconds video

Student-created Glog example about respect

Harriet Tubman student Report built with Glogster

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One Response to Why blog when you can Glog?

  1. Curby says:

    Another great thing about edu.gloster is that you can create up to 100 student accounts. So, students who don’t have an e-mail address (e.g., primary students, etc.) can get a username and password from the teacher. It’s very similar to wikispaces, in that regard. I used it for my CIC class, and they turned out pretty well.

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