Krebs' Class Blogs

Constructing, creating, communicating, collaborating, and thinking critically in grade 5.

March 1, 2011
by Denise Krebs

Best Student Blogs of 2010

What do you think? Do you want to take a risk? Do you want to have a great blog? Do you want to have the best student blog of 2011?

Aspiring Busker

If you do, we can take the baby steps needed to make that a possibility! It just takes a commitment to sharing your genius with the world–creating, contributing, connecting, collaborating, and curating.

Think about it, and talk to me if you want to be in the list of the best student blogs.

Visit the Best Student Blogs from last year.

See Aspiring Busker on Flickr.

February 28, 2011
by Denise Krebs

Leave Your Blog URL When Visiting Others

Here are step-by-step instructions for leaving your URL in a comment.

  1. First, open a new post and call it “playground”. This is one you will not post, but it will remain in draft form, a place to practice.
  2. Open a new post called "Playground"

    After working on your playground post, always push "SAVE DRAFT" not "PUBLISH"

    After working on your playground post, always push "SAVE DRAFT" not "PUBLISH"

  3. On your practice page, write a message about your blog in Visual view. Something like: My blog or Please visit my blog.                 Highlight the words you want to hyperlink
  4. Next, copy your URL from your blog.          Copy your URL from your blog
  5. Highlight a word or words you want to link to your blog.  Highlight the words you want to hyperlink
  6. Then click on the link button and add your URL.               Add your blog's link
  7. Finally, move to HTML view and copy the code.              Switch to HTML and capture the code.
  8. Paste it into the comment box along with your well-written, thoughtful comment.

Post the HTML code into your comment.

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