Category Archives: blogs

Technology and creativity: The upside

As children get older, technology can create new canvases for creativity. Continue reading

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Will a School Parents Association Read a Blog?

Some friends and I are chairing a brand new parents association for our school. It’s an exciting time and we already have about 50 parents signed on to help. Out of a school of about 145 students, that’s great. We’re … Continue reading

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Safe Blogging for Kids

Here’s a concise list of tips on safe blogging for kids from Microsoft. Continue reading

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Would you let your kid blog?

My 9-year-old daughter launched a blog this summer. Inspired by the tween television show iCarly, she and her friend wanted their own website. Continue reading

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WordPress App: Worth It?

I’ll be testing the Wordpress app for the iPhone this week. Continue reading

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Blogging for Glory

Here’s the list of more than 100 bloggers from around the world working together to post a blog a day in the month of May. Continue reading

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The FTC and Me

It’s always important to read everything with a critical eye and to consider the source of your information — online or off. Continue reading

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