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  1. Student blogging challenge number 7

    April 21, 2013 by mmurnane

    Make sure work your way through the challenges, as one of the most powerful things about the challenge, is the extra work Miss Wyatt adds to the challenge, which help you become better bloggers. Have fun with this one – those of you who are up to it. This is student blogging challenge number 7.


  2. Student blogging challenge number 6 – digital footprints

    April 14, 2013 by mmurnane

    The  6th student blogging is all about your digital footprint. Do the challenge and then leave a post about some new things you learned about staying safe in cyber space.


  3. Student blogging challenge number 5 – secrets

    April 14, 2013 by mmurnane

    Student blogging challenge number 5 – SECRETS


  4. Student blogging challenge number 4

    March 24, 2013 by mmurnane

    Well, here we are at challenge number 4.  It may be that you haven’t done the earlier 3 challenges – but don’t despair. You can do week 4 without having completed the others – but you may like to use the school holidays to catch up. Year 6 are on camp this week in Melbourne so we are passing the baton to the amazing year 5’s to complete it. Have fun – read everything that is on the post – if you do everything, you will become a very capable blogger. Have fun. Oh and for now, just respond on your own blogs. Ms Murnane will have to show you in more detail next term, about how you connect to the challenge.


  5. Student blogging challenge number 3

    March 17, 2013 by mmurnane

    This week’s blogging challenge is online. Please make sure you have a go at some part of each of the challenges, on your own blog. Make sure you make a hyperlink to the student blogging challenge page, in your post.

    • Type – student blogging challenge at the beginning of your post
    • Open the student blogging challenge page
    • Click on the title of the week 3 challenge – get creative
    • Copy the URL (in the address bar at the top of the page)
    • Return to your blog post and highlight the text – student blogging challenge
    • Click on either the word “link” or the chain link
    • Paste the URL into the top line and click “add link”
    • Close the box and continue blogging
    • The words student blogging challenge should be underlined and purple

  6. Student blogging challenge

    March 10, 2013 by mmurnane

    Last week, we began the student blogging challenge, which is a global challenge set up by a very clever and innovative teacher in Tasmania. Even though we get blogging time in school, it is not nearly enough to complete the challenge and I encourage all students to make sure they spend some time from home – finishing off week 1’s challenge, then starting the week 2 challenge.


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