This is the fifth challenge I have organized and I seem to be running out of ideas for challenge activities. I wonder if the students and teachers who have taken part in previous years, or those who will be joining us for the first time, could think of some interesting topics we could include.
Many of the students will be blogging for the first time so everything will be new, but some students will have been blogging for over six months. Perhaps some of you took part in the challenge in March – I don’t want to repeat the same challenges so, please
“Give me some ideas!”
Original image: ‘Green Elephants Garden Sculptures‘
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Keep watching this space. Within the next month, I will be putting in new registration forms for those classes and students wishing to take part in the September Challenge.
In the meantime, check out the classes and students who participated in March. Links are on the pages to the right labelled “March 2010 classes” and “March 2010 students”.
Do you want to know what some of the challenges were? Then check out the “Challenge section” for March 2010.
Do you have a great idea for a challenge post? Please leave a comment if you do.
Would you like to write a challenge post in your class blog? If yes, we can redirect the challenge one week to your blog
If teachers want to begin organizing their blogs ready for the challenge, then check out the series of posts in “The Edublogger” written by Sue Waters.
This series includes:
Original image: ‘Ready, set, Go!‘
by: Caio Vítor
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We made a big decision this year. The student blogging challenge is going to have its own blog. No longer visiting Miss W’s class blog, instead it will all be here.
But we need your help.
What would be a suitable title for the blog?
We also need a great tagline.
Do we need a blog avatar?