The Unstoppable Cs

Our adventures using 21st century technology

February 20, 2012
by Mr. L
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Welcome Back to 2012, A Year of New Beginnings

Welcome everyone to 2012.

2012 is a year of new beginnings for me.  I am in a new school, and have many more new students to introduce to blogging.

What exciting things did you do during your holidays?

  • Did you travel anywhere?
  • Did you see any movies with friends?
  • What fantastic Christmas present did you get?
  • How did you occupy your time over the holidays?

I would like all students to leave a comment here on this post.   Remember to be Internet safe – use your first name only.  I will be checking out the comments as part of proof that you deserve to have your own blog.

 

 

November 24, 2011
by Mr. L
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Our Class 2011 Blogging Award Nominations

Hi folks, this year has been a great year for blogging in our class.

Some of our students have made an exceptional effort and really got into blogging.  I have been pleased to these students blogging before school, after school, and during their holidays.  They have also had a really good crack at the blogging challenge as well.

Bearing this all in mind, we would like to nominate some of our students in the best student blog category.

They are 

Thank you.

 

November 3, 2011
by Mr. L
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Student Blogging Challenge (HOLIDAY TIME)

Hi folks, the challenge (Holiday Time) is up and ready to run.  It can be found here.

This challenge gives you the oportunity to change the theme of your blog.

 

Next week there is also a blogging game for you to take part in.  You need to make sure your blog has the following:

  • a blog avatar and a user avatar
  • an ‘about me’ PAGE not post
  • a clustrmap or flag counter widget
  • at least three interesting posts – could be topics of your choice not necessarily from the challenge
  • your ‘Recent Comments’ widget on the sidebar with 10 comments as the choice
  • your ‘Recent Posts’ widget on the sidebar with 10 posts as the choice
  • Your ‘Pages’ widget on the sidebar
  • at least 10 student and/or classes linked on your blogroll
  • at least three overseas blogs on your blogroll.

 

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