Educational Blogs

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Educational Blogs by Mind Map: Educational Blogs

1. Time management issues

1.1. For blog creators

1.2. For blog readers

2. podcast

2.1. audio

2.2. video

3. Other Education Professional

3.1. Advice

3.2. Organisational

4. Example Blogs

4.1. Teacher

4.1.1. Reflective

4.1.2. Practice based

4.1.3. Subject Based

4.2. Pupil Blogs

4.2.1. Primary

4.2.2. Secondary

4.3. Technical

4.4. Media

5. Activity

5.1. Writing Blogs

5.1.1. New Node

5.2. Reading Blogs

5.3. Commenting

5.4. Adding to RSS feeds

6. Blogging Platforms

6.1. MicroBlogging

6.1.1. Twitter

6.2. Instant Blogging

6.2.1. Posterous

6.3. New node

7. Evaluating Blogs

7.1. Benefits

7.1.1. New node

7.1.2. New node

7.2. Drawbacks

7.2.1. New node

7.2.2. New node

7.2.2.1. New node

7.3. Considerations

8. Technical Issues

8.1. Cost

8.2. Filtering

8.2.1. Block

8.2.2. Moderate Comments

8.3. Platform

8.3.1. OSS

8.3.1.1. Wordpress

8.3.1.2. Edublogs (Wordpress)

8.3.2. Free

8.3.2.1. Blogger

8.3.3. Paid

8.3.3.1. Typepad

9. Management Issues

9.1. Defining an audience

9.2. Identifying an audience

10. The place of blogs in a crowded market

10.1. Microblogging

10.2. Combining Twitter with a blog post

11. The rhythms of blogging

11.1. Slow blogs

11.2. Fast blogs

11.3. Contentious blogs

11.4. Half-formed blogs

11.5. The blog as a dumping ground

12. As a professional development activity

12.1. A space for reflection

12.2. As a preparation space

12.3. The need for anonymity

13. Blogs as publishing devices

14. Blogs as forums for best practice and sharing

15. Blogs as rants