Student Blogging Challenge – Week 8: Let’s Reflect

Student Blogging Challenge – Week 8: Let’s Reflect!

Well all good things must end and here we are…

Please complete the following:

Audit Your Blog 

1st: Write a post on your blog reflecting on your participation in the challenge.

Please be sure to answer the following questions in complete sentences and in detail:

  1. How many weeks of the challenge did you participate in?
  2. How many posts did you write in the 8 week period?
  3. How many comments did you receive from classmates, teachers, or other visitors?
  4. Which post did you enjoy writing the most and why?
  5. Which web tools did you use to show creativity on your blog?
  6. What are your plans for your blog now? Will you keep posting?

2nd: Write a separate post about how you might continue to keep blogging:

  • Perhaps you’d like to publish a list of ideas you have for future blog post topics.
  • Or, you could ask your readers for suggestions on what they’d like you to write about on your blog. You could even run a poll.
  • Write about anyone you have connected with throughout the challenge that you’d like to stay in touch with. Are there any blogs you’ll keep reading and commenting on?

3rd: An assigned student will navigate around your blog and answer the following questions as a blog comment to you:

Please be sure to keep all comments school appropriate, polite and give constructive, honest feedback.

  1. What were your first impressions of my blog?
  2. What captured your attention?
  3. What distracted you on the blog?
  4. What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?

Student Blogging Challenge – Week 7: Celebrations and Festivities

This is the final week of the challenge. Week 7: Celebrations and Festivities

Please take part in the following poll:  Celebrations Poll

Please choose to complete ONE of the first 3 tasks AND also, the holiday poem!  I will print the poem for you to take home for the holidays. Please add beautiful graphics, borders, etc.  PROOFREAD!

Week 7: Celebrations and Festivities Google Form



Student Blogging Challenge: Week 6 Emojis

Welcome to Week 6 of the Student Blogging Challenge!

Student Blogging Challenge – Week 6 Description

This week you are asked to choose two of the 4 tasks working with emojis!

I will be updating, approving and sharing your blogs on Saturday during the lunch break of the Ridgeview Raptor Rumble, robotics tournament.  Make your blogs shine!

Be sure to respond to the Google Form!

Week 6 Google Form

Student Blogging Challenge Week 4: Free Choice or Catch Up

Happy Halloween Week!

It seems this has been a week long celebration with all the dress-up days in support of Red Ribbon Week!







I tasked my students this week to locate a scholarly article related to their blog theme and provide the link in their blog. After reading the article, each student should provide a summary along with their own personal thoughts in regard to the article.  They will be peer reviewing 3 other students post and leaving constructive feedback.  We had a conversation that a great article could spark some controversial thoughts but that they should have open, curious minds and a willingness to hear new ideas.  They might learn something new!

Be sure to complete the Week 4 Google Form

Student Blogging Challenge – Week 2 Tasks

This week is all about quality commenting!

Here is the link to the full post: Student Blogging Challenge – Week 2 Tasks

Here is a link to the Student Blogging Challenge Flipboard – 2019 STUBC

More about Flipboard later, but you can make an account using your school Google account.

If you want a commenter and other participants to visit your blog, remember to fill in the Google Form below for the post you publish about your week two task.

You need to submit the URL of your post. You can submit the URL of a page if this is what you’re working on but make sure comments are enabled.

Google Form – Week 2: Connect Through Commenting


You guys are doing great and you seem to be catching on quick!  I can’t wait to see all that you learn!