The Edublogger has a post where they showcase 10 examples of class blogs and explain why blogging is a smart tool for teachers and students. My blog is one of the few examples from high school. If you want to get started with blogging, see Edubloggers points for getting started and you might even want to consider this: If you haven’t already heard, we are running a free online course for educators who want to start their first class blog, or improve their classroom blogging program. And it’s starting soon!
There are 10 examples of class blogs, and I particularly liked this example, in fact, I would love to see more teachers sharing youtube videos like this:
Have you ever thought about recording your lessons and publishing them, not just for your own class, but for anyone who wants to watch and learn? Eddie Woo is a Sydney maths teacher who has done just that.
Eddie’s award-winning work has earned him a huge following with students from across the world. Eddie uses a WordPress site as an online hub for a blog, his YouTube channels, learning resources, and more. This is a great example of how blogs have evolved to be dynamic homes for any online creations.
Here is a page called Multiplication Games.
Welcome to MultiplicationGames.com, a fun and educational website. As the name implies, here you can learn all the multiplication tables no matter what grade you’re in. We have tables for all levels. The exercises on this site are provided in the form of multiplication games. Not only is this a lot of fun, you’ll learn math to boot.
The most popular multiplication games are listed below. Look for a fun task, try to solve all the multiplication equations and keep beating your record. You can play our exercises against the computer, but we also have games where you have to solve equations together with other players in your class or from other schools. Enjoy!