Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – A Comparison of Blogging Tools for Teachers and Students

I’m often asked for advice about picking the best blogging service for classroom use. Every school’s and classroom’s situation is a little different so it’s not easy to make a blanket statement like, “blog service X is best for all teachers.” To help teachers decide which blogging platform could be best for them, I created the following chart. The chart compares eight key elements of five common blogging platforms.

You can download this chart as a PDF through this Box.com link or click here to see it as a Google Document.

In my upcoming course Blogs and Social Media for Teachers and School Leaders we’ll explore picking the best blogging option for you and your situation and explore best practices around blogging. Seats are still available. The course begins on June 16th.

Here are this week’s most popular posts from Free Technology for Teachers:

1. 30,000+ Images of Art and Artifacts to Download and Re-use for Free
2. Essay Map Provides Step-by-Step Help for Constructing Essays
3. A Short Example of the Benefits of Classroom Blogs
4. Finding Hidden Sugar
5. Show Students How Far a Dollar Used to Stretch With this Economics Calculator
6. Augment – A Platform for Sharing 3D Models in Augmented Reality
7. What is the World Wide Web? And How Does It Work? – Two Good Explanations

Four seats are left at the Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp. July is a great time to visit Maine. 

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