Click to go to Blogger Site

Blogger is a free weblog publishing tool from Google, for sharing text, photos and video. It is an excellent tool for class websites and student journals.

Click Below for Examples of Classroom Blogs

Blogger Mobile Apps

As of 2/16/16, there is no longer an official Blogger app for iOS.  Either use the website or use one of these other apps that can interface with the website.

Resources to Get You Started

Ways to Use Blogger in Your Classroom

  1. Blog to keep the community/parents informed.
  2. Blog to demonstrate learning.
  3. Blog to give considered feedback.
  4. Blog to generate discussion.
  5. Blog to share student work.
  6. Blog to give quiet kids a voice.
  7. Blog to develop community/team spirit.
  8. Blog to extend learning after the bell.
  9. Blog to share resources digitally.
  10. Blog to generate buzz and anticipation.
  11. Blog to differentiate through scaffolded resources.
  12. Blog to create global conversations.
  13. Blog to collect classroom data.
  14. Blog to create authentic audience.
  15. Blog to create unit support.
  16. Blog to create special events coverage/participation.
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