Before filling in the registration form please read the following:

Who should register

  • Teachers who have their own class blog can register, can be any blogging platform
  • Classes which want to connect with other classes around the world

Reminders before registering

  1. If your blog URL is very long, then use a shortener such as this one from Google  Also handy when students are registering their blogs on their form (especially if kidblog as the URL is usually long).
  2. In case I need to contact you, an email is the easiest way, so please fill that in on the last question on the form. This is not published but other teachers could contact me in case you don’t have a contact spot on your blog.

A few days after  you have registered

  1. Check the class participants page which will appear in the header area to make sure you are there.
  2. If you are not on the participants page, register again being careful that your blog URL is correct
  3. If you are on the participants list, start visiting other classes of similar grade level.
  4. Fill in the subscription by email so you are notified when posts are published each week – first challenge will be October 2 or if you have Edublogs reader, click on follow then you will be able to read posts in your reader.
  5. Make sure you have some great posts written so others can leave comments.

If publicising any posts on twitter, please use the hashtag   #16stubc

You have read everything above, now is the time to register


5 thoughts on “Registering a class blog

  1. My class would like to participate in student blogging . I filled out the google from. Please let me know what else I can do. Thank you

    1. Hi Kristy,
      The October 2016 challenge has just finished. THe next one will start in March 2017. There will be a new form to fill in then. But feel free to look at the activities we have just completed and have a go at some of them in your classroom.

  2. I have submitted the form for our class. However, because we are in Western Australia, we do not return from school holidays until 11 October. Is that going to be a problem?

    1. Hi Lynn,
      That’s quite OK. The first week will be introducing themselves. The second week will be looking at their state, country and introducing that so they will be able to do those two things fairly easily. As the teacher, you decide which activities each week they have to do or can choose from. There is always a choice.

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