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blog recommendations

Posted by Illya on 30 March 2008

Here are two blogs which I can recommend you to follow regularly.

The first is    http://nikpeachey.blogspot.com/ 

Nik  has a blog which is regularly updated and chock full of sites and internet freeware useful for teachers. It’s very simple to find past posts of interest because he has tagged them with key words for easy access. For example, if you click on the link to videos, you will find 15 entries. You will find one particularly intersting one under ‘Creating multi-media stories‘. Here he describes Photo story 3, gives a few possiblities of how it could be used, and then gives his opinion about what he likes and the problems.

The second one is from Larry Ferlazzo:  http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/ 

He also has a compilation of useful sites for the teacher, and has even taken the effort to make several ‘best of’ lists. If you go to the best-of series, you’ll find such topics as music sites for English learning, k-12 sites, and many other.

If you want to follow these blogs and be regularly updated without having to go to the site each time to see what’s new, which is certainly a good idea, then go to blogging 101 and find out more about RSS. These function a bit like e-mails, letting you know whenever there is an update in the blogs you have chosen to follow.

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2 Responses to “blog recommendations”

  1. Thanks for recommending my blog!

    Larry

  2. Hi Larry
    I’m glad you found your way onto this blog. Yours is always filled with so many good sites, it would be a shame not to share it!
    greetings
    Illya

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