Friday, November 27, 2009

Educational Blogging Resource

Here is a link to a wiki Mrs. Yollis put together to help some teachers who are thinking of starting a blog: Education-Blogging.

Happy blogging teachers and students!


  1. Dear Mrs. Yollis,

    I think it is fantastic that you're showing teachers how to make a blog. I wish I had one. This is inspiring me even more to have a blog because then I can show the good times I've had, but on the internet.

    Your student,

  2. Dear Mrs. Yollis,

    I think it is great that you are showing teachers how to blog. Also I love blogging on mine. I wish I knew how to when I was born.


  3. @Sam,

    Thanks for your thoughtful comment! More and more teachers are thinking about starting classroom blogs, and maybe my wiki will help some of them. I'm glad you are inspired to have your own blog. Writing quality comments that are proofread is a sure way to earn one!

    Thanks for your comment about the teacher wiki. The blog that you earned, The Nick Cool Blog, is really turning out great! I especially love the post your wrote after our visit to the Chumash Museum! Wow! Great comments!

    Mrs. Yollis

  4. Dear Mrs Yollis,

    What a great idea to share all the great things you have learnt about blogging with others.

    I look forward to checking it out further and getting some tips!

    I have a blog to help teachers with all things technology too! Here is the address

    From Kathleen McGeady

  5. Dear Kathleen,

    Thanks for visiting and checking out the teacher wiki. I'm hoping it will be useful to teachers who have the interest, but need a few tips to get started.

    I have your teacher site,
    in my RSS feed and always read your posts. It is a great resource!

    Your friend,
    Linda Yollis

  6. Dear Mrs. Yollis,

    Thanks for commenting back to me on your blog. Also thanks for saying you like my Chumash museum post on my blog and they are really great comments. I really am glad that I earned the blog.




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Steps to Comment:

1. Write your comment in the box below. Be sure that you have proofread it for spelling, grammar, punctuation, and capitalization. Students should have a parent check it!

2. Choose an identity. (If you have a gmail account, use it. If not, choose name/url. You can leave the url blank if you do not have a blog.)

3. Click "Publish your Comment". You may preview your comment before publishing if you'd like.

Important: All comments MUST be approved by me.
:-) Mrs. Yollis