How To Force Yourself To Start Blogging

If you are having trouble getting started, you may have to to force yourself! Here are 9 helpful tips on how to start blogging to get you over your inertia.

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101 Ways to Promote Your Next Blog Post

The Ultimate Blog Promotion Checklist. Print it out. Bookmark it. Check them off the next time you write a new blog post.

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K-Log: Blogging is Not a To-Do List Item

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PracTICE: Learning To Learn-Digital CitizenShip

Authentic PracTICE Through Global Collaboration [GM] The authors of this blog post “@ICTPHMS (Dan KIRSCH’s Blog)” and “@knolinfos (Gust MEES’s Blog)” have met each other on Social Media 

“Twitter” and decided one day to work together on a common blog about “Digital CitizenShip“, a “Global Collaboration” from authors of the USA and Luxembourg (Europe) was born. Find below, please, OUR collaboration blog:

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2014/10/11/learning-to-become-a-good-digital-citizen-digital-citizenship/

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30 Day Blog Challenge Review

It has been 30 days since I joined the group 30 Day Blog Challenge. I scheduled this post in my editorial calendar to remind me to check in on how I did with the challenge. Truth is I am still doin…

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Goodies and Tips for Bloggers and Freelancers

As a person who believes in the power of community, I have decided to include strategies, tips, and links for my fellow bloggers and freelancers. This page will change from time to time, and I sugg…

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Digital Footprint: What is it? Post #2

Managing Your Digital Footprint: Think Before You Post.

Digital footprint refers to the compilation of content on the Internet that can be associated with you and, thus, potentially available to anyone performing a search on you. The list of possible content visible online is endless (e.g., your family videos on YouTube, your comments on a news article or blog, vacation photos on Flickr, your posts on Facebook and Twitter). Please watch the video below, “Understanding Your Digital Footprint” and then write a blog post based on the questions below.

UnderstandingDigitalFootprint from Mr. Kirsch on Vimeo.


Blog Prompt Questions:

  1. Why should you be concerned about the information available online about you?
  2. Can you do anything to manage your digital footprint?
  3. How does a person take control of their privacy?
  4. Why should people manage their interactions with others on Social Media?
  5. Do you think is “wise” to use caution on social media and networking websites? Why or Why Not?

 Please make sure you post your written blog response by Friday, January 30, 2015 by 5pm. Your responses to this post should be a minimum of 5-6 sentences for each question. 


For More Information:

MaximumPC: How To Erase Your Digital Footprint:
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/how_erase_your_digital_footprint
Washington Post: Beware of Privacy Policies: Time to Clean Up Your Digital Footprint:
http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/beware-of-privacy-policies-time-to-hide-your-digital-footprint/2012/01/31/gIQADI7PnQ_story.html

My 5 Favorite Education Blogs – Teach 4 the Heart

These are my 5 favorite educational blogs. I’m not saying they’re the best or the biggest – but they are the ones I actually read & enjoy.

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A 60 Seconds Guide to The Use of Blogging in Education

A few months ago Educational Technology and Mobile Learning posted a detailed guide on how Teachers can Use Blogging in Education. We are glad this post has received a wide interaction from…

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Great Resources On How to Use Blogs in Your Classroom ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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