This week there are three parts to the challenge.

Man Friday
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Part 1 is about your digital footprint where you need to visit Mr Bogush’s class blog to find out the activities to try. Remember to leave a comment on his post about the activity you completed and why you chose that activity. Then come back to this post on the student blogging challenge and leave a comment mentioning you have completed a week 4 activity so I can visit your blog to leave a comment.

Part 2 is about BAD14. Are you going to write a post, create a video or take part in Blog Action Day on 16th October? Remember the theme is Inequality. Check out this wordle for some topics you might want to research then ย write about. Publish your post on 16 October or if your teacher moderates first then publishes, make sure you have your post in early enough.

Comment is free . . .
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Part 3 is about commenting. Every time you write a post relating to the blogging challenge activities, remember to visit the appropriate challenge post and leave a comment. That way Miss W can visit your blog to read your post and leave a comment.

Did you complete an activity for:

Week 1: your About Me page or post, create an avatar, or challenge about 13 – here is the link to leave your comment.

Week 2: commenting, widgets, 13 in different languages – here is link for week 2

Week 3: country, state, currency, haunted places – leave a comment here on week 3

Week 4: digital footprint, Blog Action Day 14, 13 new blogs on blogroll

Challenge for number 13

Visit 13 student or class blogs and add 13 links to your blogroll ready for a game in a couple of weeks.

103 thoughts on “Week 4: Digital Footprint

  1. Hi Miss W
    i have finished challenge four “how i am creating a positive digital footprint” thank you Miss W

  2. Hi Mrs W and fellow Student blogging Challenge Participants,
    I have completed the week four challenge Mrs W! I completed activity 2 ‘Google Yourself’. I looked up my instagram account and found it, but when I typed in my actual name I was like..a nobody.I’m really sorry but I only did the first part because I did not understand the other two parts ‘sorry’. Anyway that’s all for now and PLEASE comment on my blog that would be most appreciated here is a link to my blog
    From Grace.

  3. Dear Mrs. Wyatt,
    My post for this week is pending for approval. ๐Ÿ˜‰ I enjoyed the activities for this week. I chose the first activity out of the five that were on Mr. Bogush’s class blog. It took a little more research, but I still enjoyed it. I do not quiet have 13 blogs added to my blog roll yet, but I am close. ๐Ÿ™‚ Please come visit my blog at to see how it is advancing.

    Thanks again,
    ~Jazzy ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Hello Miss W I finished the challenge for this week. My class had to choose 1 of the activities from Mr Bogush’s Blog. I choose activity 5 because I love to just write things down that is in my head. Please visit my blog at . Thank you.

  5. Hi Miss W,
    I have finished the 1st part of the challenge. My class has decided to only do part 1 and part 3 of the challenge. I have chosen to do activity 3. I have chosen to do this because I think it sounds interesting to see who has been tracking me on the websites I go on.
    Please visit my blog at
    Hope you like it

  6. I have been doing Edublogs and your challenges since school has started, and I like it to be honest. I hope you come check out my blog!

  7. Hello Ms. W! I Did the student blogging challenge badge widget and working on the 13 blog link challenge.

  8. I am working on getting 13 other peoples links on my blog besides my classmates links. I still have a few left to do but I will be able to Finnish it before Monday. Thanks!

  9. Hi Ms.W I just finished putting my student blogging challenge badge widget and now I’m working on my 13 blog link challenge. Please visit my blog at

  10. Hello. It’s TJ again. And I would like to tell you that in week 2 I completed making comments on other bloggers blogs. I also added the counter country widget. I think that it’s cool that I can see how many people have visited my blog from each country. You can see how many people have visited my blog at๐Ÿ˜€

  11. Hi! I’m Jiyoon!
    I got my badge widgets
    and I am doing my
    linking 13 people.
    I’m doing my 1st people and
    I’m going to try all 13!

  12. Hi Ms. W, this week we added the student blogging challenge badge widget and we’re trying to get 13 blog link challenge.

  13. Hi! I’m TJ! For week one, I made an All About Me post. I also made a funny avatar that looks just like me! It was really fun to do that! So far, I think that was my favorite thing this blogging challenge! You can see both of them at my site๐Ÿ˜‰

  14. Hi my name is Sara I really enjoy doing the challenges I am done with my Adding13 person to my blog roll.

  15. Hello from Montreal, Canada!
    All of Mrs. Theriault`s students from the All Things Quebec class, have posted a blog for Blog Action Day. We collaborated on a Blog Hop around the theme of inequality considered from the perspective of the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child.

    Examples include
    Sionra and Sofia (Access to information)
    Rajesh and Edward (Freedom of Belief)
    Ariana and Danica (Friendship)

    All blogs may be reached through the sidebar on the left at –
    Have a nice day,
    Mrs. Theriault

    1. Wow! Colby,
      I just visited your blog and you have certainly taken on the blogging challenge. Your style of writing is very personal with all the little sidebars ** and comments.

    1. G’day Gracie,
      Glad you love the challenges. I had a look at your blog and your crazy post about digital footprints. What are you and your friend Genna doing to make sure you have a positive footprint by the time you leave school?

  16. Dear Miss W,

    My whole class did an AMAZING job doing Activity #4 today – creating a positive digital footprint. We decided to do a shout out to the special people in our lives that do so much for us, but don’t always get acknowledgement. The lesson was so powerful – thank you so much!

    Mrs Adams

      1. Hi Miss W,

        I haven’t done a post from the class blog, but all of the students have a link to their own personal blogs down the side of our class blog.

        Mrs Adams

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