Here is a list of student participants. To find out about your mentor, check the mentor’s register page.
I’m Mark L on the list. I signed up, but my URL isn’t valid. It puts my URL at gbmcorner.com, but my blog’s URL is http://www.gbmcorner.com. Thank you.
I’m Brianna G. URL http://mjgds.org/students/briannag . There ‘s a girl who is placed in the same group as me but it takes me to a password protected page. http://outstandingdancer.weebly.com/401/login.php?redirect=/
Yes, I noticed many of the weebly.com blogs are password protected. I am hoping they will be changed over the next couple of weeks.
I’ve had four students register their individual blogs and several more will be registering either today or tomorrow. I don’t want them to all be in the same group for obvious reasons. I want them to be able to read posts from students other than their classmates. Is that going to be possible?
The grouping of blogs is only for mentors to be able to help them if necessary. Students can visit any blogs at all on the student participation page.
Dear Sue, Congratulation!!
It seems more than 300 students has been added to list recently.
I hope their blogs allow the mentors to leave comment.
Hi, my name is Brittney (shb15.edublogs.org); I registered a few days ago and I’m not on the list.
You are on the list but you are below the blue line which means I haven’t yet left a welcome comment on your blog. Once I have done that I then re-sort by age and you will then be up above the blue line. This should be done over the next couple of days.
I have signed up but I do not see my name! http://addy-t.blogspot.com/
You are there in the light green with Castaldot being your mentor in the 14 year age group.
Daniel B in my group has an unregistered site. Can you contact him?
I accidentally pressed the submit button twice and there is two of me. How do I fix that?
I can always take you off the list for the second time but I need to know your age and blog URL.
I am 11 and my blog URL is: http://oscar12.edublogs.org
Thanks Oscar. You should have received a welcome comment from me and you will now be sorted near the end of the 11 year old students on the participation list.
Hello Mrs. W,
My students signed up on Monday. We were running a little late. I don’t see them on the list. Will they still be able to participate?
They are on the list but below the blue line which means I haven’t left them a welcome message yet. I will be doing that this weekend, then they will be sorted and hopefully a mentor might be available.
Who is the mentor of the 8 year old group under the yellow 8 year old group? There is not a name there. And how do you get in touch with your mentor? What is their role in this blog challenge?
Because your group registered after the challenge had started, I had run out of mentors. But over the Easter break I will be deleting students from the list where I can see they have done nothing from the challenge activities. Hopefully I can add a mentor then to your group.
The role of the mentor is to visit each blog at least three times over the ten week period and to leave comments or suggestions for the students.
My blog is http://mjgds.org/students/briannag . I was worried you deleted me from the participants list. Will be participating more often very soon. Last two weeks was my spring break! Thanks!
My age 8 students do not have their mentor yet. Were you able to find one? I’m not sure anyone is looking at their blogs and it would be great to get some feedback and comments. Thanks, Kathy
I am signed I as Onyxp and I would like my blog named backbone replaced with this one http://tech7bsp2012phillips.edublogs.org
Thank you Onyxp
thank you guys so much i have been trying to get that to work for a long time thank you very much.
This might be an out of the blue question but am I the only one that signed up so far because all I can see so far is my name and the animals no one else’s!
Is it just my computer or am I the only one so far?
No that’s correct. Many students and classes are on holidays at the moment and often it is late August before many sign up. Don’t worry you wont be the only one there. I had 1300 students in the last challenge.
Couple of my friends have signed up too! Thought I’d be the only one!
Chloe – http://readmeexplore.edublogs.org/
Hi there I am Kristia from Glenholme School and I registered to participate in the Student Challenge. I have changed my blog address to:
Can you please change it.
Hi,my name is Khobi from New Zealand and I registered for the Student Blogging Challenge. I have changed my blogging address. Can this please be updated to:
Hi,my name is Geraldine from New Zealand and I registered for the Student Blogging Challenge. I have changed my blogging address. Can this please be updated to:
Hi, my name is Maraea from New Zealand and I registered for the Student Blogging Challenge. I have changed my address. Can you please update it to:
Hi I created a blog in edublogs,its the stephissocool.edublogs.com. I totally forgot my password so i made a new one. I was just wondering if you could get the “stephissocool’ one off the list and replace it with my new one stephrosas16. Thankyou:D
My name is Natalie ( http://nattyrose.edublogs.org/ )I signed up like all of my friends did and they all showed up on the list and I’m not on there. How can i get my name on the list?
You are on the list Natalie, but I didn’t have enough rows visible on the spreadsheet.
I dont think I have a Mentor yet, but I am on the list, Like it doesn’t have a mentor name
Sorry you don’t have a mentor yet. It is usually those who register early that get the mentors because it relies on people related to education offering to be a mentor. I keep tweeting about mentors, but often many students do miss out. Sorry.
My name is Katie. My blog URL does not seem to be working. I accidently put it as kbm2017.edublogs.org when it should be kbm2012.edublogs.com
Thanks for giving me the update, Katie. It is now fixed.
On several edublogs, I write a comment and type in the anit-spam word, but when I click on submit, I receive an error that the word is incorrect. Any suggestions? Thanks
It is often a matter of trying a couple of times. The Edublogs antispam words are often a number followed by a phrase. If you can send me the URL of the blogs, I might be able to check things out further.
Hi Ms W.
I am one of your mentor teachers. I am unable to leave comments on a few of my students blog page:
Sydney-has no antispam space?
Angie-has edu site which requires me to log in?
Isabelle, Courtney and Jarrett l can’t seem to leave a message.
Just checked them out. I will leave Angie a comment about needing to log in first. On Sydney’s, I found the antispam space was directly above the picture. Also for some reason, I too couldn’t leave a comment for the other three, so I will contact their teacher to check their comment settings. Thanks for getting back to me re the role of the mentor in the challenge.
My blog is http://mjgds.org/students/briannag Can you change my hobbies to fencing and minecraft. If your having trouble finding me my mentor is Lynn Briers.
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