Moving Forward – Elementary classroom blogs

Thanks to @rickscheibner, @abubnic, @rrmurry, @kolson29, @plugusin, @glassbeed, @pmcanulty, @tracyweeks, @NancyW, @RickTanski, @juliafallon, @swvalley, and @rwentechaney, I now have a number of new elementary classroom blogs to show my children’s principal today. What’s with the @ signs? Oh, those are Twitter IDs. What’s Twitter, you say? Well, among other things, it’s a great way to get questions answered. Fast.

I’ve added these blogs to the Blogs page of the Moving Forward wiki. If you know of any other great elementary classroom blogs – ones that have students blogging (as opposed to just teachers) – please add them to the wiki. What’s the Moving Forward wiki, you say? It’s a communal resource for people trying to facilitate change in schools. Check it out.

Thanks for the tweets, everyone!

3 Responses to “Moving Forward – Elementary classroom blogs”

  1. http://edulicious.com is OUTSTANDING…when it’s updated (April 10 and counting).

  2. Not a classroom blog but last month I started an elementary school blog. My audience is mostly the students, parents, and staff at my school but some of the posts will be geared for a general audience.

    http://technocheetah.edublogs.org

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