I’d like to start by congratulating those of you who are doing a terrific job of creating a positive digital footprint for yourselves. Looking back over your blogs, I have been really impressed with the quality of the work you are publishing, and with your quality comments both on the class blog and on your learning communities.
We certainly have come a long way in the quality of our posts, pages and comments!
There are however, a few of you, who are letting yourselves down. There are a handful of people missing quite a lot of pieces of work on their blog, or who are not publishing their very best work.
To keep everyone up to date- here is the updated spreadsheet, detailing what should be on your blog. I have not had a chance to leave notes on each new item. If you don’t remember what a task was, or are stuck on what should be included, check someone who is ‘green’ for that task.
Mums and Dads- if your students says they have no homework, please encourage them to check this document. If they have completed all of the items on the list, encourage them to explore other classroom blogs, student blogs (both local and international) and leave some 10/10 comments.
Students may also ‘draft’ their own wondering posts, which may include posts with links to things of their own interest that they have researched. I will check that these are appropriate at school, before they are posted.
Here is the Excel document: UPDATED BLOG POSTS
A quick reminder of the colour coding:
green= all good, you have this item posted.
red= you’re missing this post or page.
yellow= this post or page is drafted, or not quite right.
purple= you were absent, or are exempt from completing this task.