This post is going to be for a three week period as schools in Australia are on Easter break soon. The next official post will be on Sunday 19th April. I will do a fun post in between with some great sites to visit.
But our topic this week is favourites. This will give you a fantastic choice for posts.
It will also mean you might get your post(s) added to the Flipboard magazine if your post includes:
- at least three paragraphs if you are 11 or older; two paragraphs if younger than that
- an image or video or music with correct attribution
- a title that grabs the attention of the readers
- at least one link to another website so readers can build on the information you have written
- a question for readers to answer
Try to use some new tools mentioned in the sidebar of the challenge blog. Leave a comment on this post if there are some tools you use often that I should be adding there. Tell me if it is a web tool or an app so I can separate the lists.
Remember I only know if you have completed a post, if you come back here and leave me a comment with a link to your post. Take note of the difference here:
URL of blog: https://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/
I have to search to find your post especially if I want to use as an example next set of challenges.
URL of post: https://studentchallenge.edublogs.org/2015/03/22/week-4-lets-join-globally/
This takes me straight to the post – you might need to wait until your teacher has moderated your post before leaving the comment on my challenge blog.
Many older students don’t have mentors but would love some visitors. So I am highlighting some class blogs that have lists of student blogs in their sidebars. Please take the time to visit and leave comments on both the class and student blogs. This is thanks to Madeline who left me a comment about this.
Great posts from previous weeks
Ms Woods class have their own flipboard magazine
Mr Helpern’s class have created some great guess the celebrations and international events and remembered to give correct attribution for the images they used
Bryce commented on some international blogs.
Jackie wrote a great post about free rice but it wont flip into the magazine, so visit from this link.
Other great posts are now being flipped into the 2015 magazine so you will need to check it out from the challenge blog sidebar.