» Is Blogging worth it for the aspiring academic? Virtual Canuck

After spending most of yesterday catching up on blogs, Facebook posts, twitter and linked in, I began to wonder if it was worth it and how I would I would measure the value (in academic terms) of my day. First of all I should note that the day was a pleasant one, with a few good articles uncovered, a joke or three, time wasted trying to find closed articles mentioned in open repositories, a few new slides for upcoming keynotes, updates on a number of colleagues, some interesting conference to keep in mind and a great of peripheral knowledge that I have no idea if it will ever have any use. But was it worth it??

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68 Best Blogging Tips: Bloggers Ultimate Checklist 2014

Here’s your ultimate blogging checklist! Follow these blogging tips to learn the do’s and don’ts in blogging, how to implement SEO the right way, optimize your layout and make your content interesting.

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How to delete all your Facebook posts and comments – CNET

Facebook and privacy have a complicated, ever-changing relationship, though things seem to be moving toward stability now that they’ve agreed to make sharing opt-in. Still, some folks may want to walk away from Facebook and leave no trace.

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Making Student Blogs More than Digital Diaries

How you choose to utilize student blogs is up to you. Nevertheless, choosing to integrate blogging into your classroom to support existing curriculum is fundamental to a new millenium approach to education.


Learn more:

– http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/06/01/what-you-should-know-about-blogging/

– http://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/10/14/practice-using-blogs-for-home-work-to-get-ict-skills-and-creativity/

– https://globaleducationandsocialmedia.wordpress.com/2014/07/02/put-your-title-in-here/

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19 Ways to use blogs with students – Starr Sackstein, MJE, NBCT

Ever want to try out blogging with your students, but you weren’t sure how? Well it’s never too early to… Continue reading »

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Great article! We utilizing blogs with our students as well! Great communication tool; especially in ICT class. 

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Reflective 30-Day Blogging Challenge For Teachers Day 7.

Day 7Who was or is your most inspirational colleague, and why?I haven’t been ‘teaching’ that long. Yes, I have been supply teaching and doing LTO’s but having my own classroom is a newish journey…

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Computer Science

UoPeople offers an online computer science course which provides online study in the field of computer science. This computer science online program provides online studies towards and online academic degree in computer science. Students who are interested in the basics and principles of computer science can study at UoPeople’s online computer science program.

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Computers & Education.

Source: marianrosenberg.wiki.westga.edu

The research interest here begs the question is there still a need for a full-time a computer teacher in the K-12 education or not? Essentially, with integrated technology within K-12 classrooms is need for a computer teacher obsolete? Should schools hire technology integrationists in the future? We are of the perspective that there is STILL a need for a computer teacher as well as an integrationist.

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