Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – Scheduling Blog Posts & A Glossary of Blogging Terms

Scheduling blog posts to appear in the future is one of the best ways to maintain a steady pace of posts appearing on your blog. On a classroom blog scheduling posts is a great way to keep certain content hidden until your students need to see it. For example, I have often scheduled posts containing practice quizzes for my students to take after completing a lesson. In the video embedded below I demonstrate how to schedule blog posts in Blogger, Edublogs, and Kidblog.

If you’re new to blogging or you are introducing others to blogging, the following glossary of blogging terminology will be helpful to you. You can also click here to view and download the document.

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