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Post once and make at least two comments on my students’ blogs prior to FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 10 PM. YOU MUST COMMENT ON BLOGS WRITTEN BY STUDENTS NOT IN YOUR CLASS.

Posts should be between 200 and 500 words. They should include either a hyperlink to related information, an image (be sure to provide an image credit), or an embedded video. Or you may choose to create a 2-5 minute video or podcast. Check out the rubric here. Use Creative Commons for media.

Comments should be at least 70 words long, begin with the poster’s name, reference something in the post, and add to the conversation in some way. To navigate to the student blogs, hit the Blog Roll at the bottom of my site.  Check out the rubric here.

Use this blogging information in order to present your best work.
[Check out these blogging guidelines for students.]  

Helpful Links:
Creative Commons Search:  Find media that is licensed for re-use.    
Audacity: Download this free audio recorder and editor software to create podcasts
PowToons:  Use this fun and easy web tool to create animations.
Biteable: Use this tool to create fun animations, too!
Free Photos for use on blogs / another / and another


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How meditation grows the brain

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Find out your reading speed.

Spreeder -- paste in text, set speed and other variables, and read



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How meditation grows the brain

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