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Kidblog

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Kidblog Logo

 Using Kidblog

Level 2 Non-PII Icon 

Level 2 Tool

Non-PII:

Student accounts do not require any PII or directory information.

Grades:

  Primary

  Intermediate

  Middle 

   

Terms of Use

Privacy Policy 

This information last checked: 10/21/2016

 

 

 

Getting Started 

 

Kidblog is a tool teachers can leverage for cultivating discussion, encouraging writing and developing collaboration among students.  Kidblog is designed for teachers who want to provide each student with an individual blog. Students publish posts and participate in academic discussions within the secure classroom blogging community. Teachers maintain complete control over student blogs and user accounts.  All students need to sign up is the secret code their teacher gives them.  BCPS has a district Admin Pro account license for Grades 1-5.  Follow the directions listed below in the yellow box to set up your BCPS Kidblog account.

 

Learning How 

 

 

 

Kidblog Workshop Resources

 

 

Additional Kidblog Resources

 

 

 

 

Ideas for Use

 

  • create classroom discussions
  • learn digital citizenship
  • practicing writing skills
  • create an e-portfolio
  • reflect on learning
  • formatively assess writing

 

 

 
Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Redefinition

Provide multiple means of

Representation (Content)

   
   

Provide multiple means of

Action and Expression (Product)

Students use Kidblog as a reading response journal.      Students take turns composing a daily report of daily learning. 

Provide multiple means of

Engagement (Process)

     
Students facilitate their own discussion groups based around a specific topic. 

 

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