Best Practices for Blog Posting

another-look-at-blog-post-1As we refine our prose and check our sources, we should also be mindful that we are trying to create “sharable” content so that we can move forward with our investigation in our “Flat” classroom. Does this image help you revise all the parts and nuances of a successful blog post? Click on the source link to learn more from the Langwitches website, a most helpful source for our #PBL classroom. Then, once you have an excellent post, let’s have individual students turn to Twitter and, being mindful of audience(s), compose an academic Tweet to to share what we learn and show how we did it. Also select the “1774 Freedom & Slavery HOT Log” category.

Source: http://langwitches.org/blog/2012/11/27/student-blogs-learning-to-write-in-digital-spaces/

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