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Blog Rules

1. Never use your name or another students name in our class blog.  There could be a stranger who reads our blog and we don’t want them to know your name.

2.  When commenting as a group, use your group name.  Anytime you comment as a group, everyone has to agree on the response. 

3.  When commenting as an individual, use your initials of your first and last name and your classroom number.  The kids in our class will know who you are, but strangers will not.

4.  Anytime you comment, make sure to use kind words.  It’s ok to disagree with someone else as long as you do it politely.

5.  Remember, because our blog is on the internet, you can comment from class, from the computer lab, from home, or any other computer that is connected to the internet.  All comments go to Mrs. Bizzell first for moderation, so they won’t always show up immediately.

Comments»

1. Rachel Balagtas - August 26, 2006

I think Mrs.Bizzell’s class is awsome and I’m looking forward to having Jessi in her class .

2. mrsbizzell - August 26, 2006

Thank you, Rachel. I’m thrilled to have Jessi in my class. I can tell after 3 days, she definitely belongs!

3. Cristina Graham - August 29, 2006

Richard was very impressed at Meet the Teacher night. Carolina is very happy to be with you this year.

Thanks for all you do!

4. mrsbizzell - August 31, 2006

Thank you for your kind words. It’s going to be a great year!

5. susanrice07 - November 9, 2006

Hey,

I happpened to see your blog rules on the inspired classrooms page. Great ideas. I might use them if you don’t mind.

Susan Rice
ITS

6. mrsbizzell - November 9, 2006

Susan,
I don’t mind at all. I got them from Buffy Wilson’s blog. 🙂

See you Sunday,
Dawn

7. susanrice07 - November 10, 2006

Could I also link your blog to mine? I would like to use it as an example of how teachers are using blogs in the classroom. Thanks, Susan Rice ITS

8. mrsbizzell - November 10, 2006

Sure. I’m hot exactly where I want to be with it. It’s taken a little longer to “get there” than I had hoped. All in all, though, it’s a very positive addition to my classroom. Hopefully, we’ll keep taking it to the next level.

9. sbrowneyes - March 13, 2007

I’m not in your class, but I think it’s a good idea to use wordpress as a school website. Don’t ask me how I got here, because I don’t really know. i think i was just clicking on random stuff and i got here. but it’s a good idea!


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