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Where are EduBlogs used?

Blogs are not only popular in the United States. Its popularity is growing in other countries as well. Here is a breakdown of percentages of EduBlog users in different countries:

United States

India

Indonesia

Germany

Australia

United Kingdom

South Korea

Canada

Italy

Russia

Pakistan

Sweden

China

Phillipines

Spain

South Africa

Turkey

Thailand

Japan

Mexico

Malaysia

Romania

Other

 

 

 

30.0%

19.8%

6.3%

5.2%

4.2%

3.5%

3.2%

3.0%

1.8%

1.7%

1.6%

1.2%

1.2%

1.2%

1.1%

0.9%

0.7%

0.7%

0.7%

0.6%

0.5%

0.5%

10.2%

 

 

 

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EduBlogs in China:

      Personal EduBlogs by teachers or educators...  

    •   are blogs which are created by individuals: either teachers, educators or students.
    • The contents are related to resources sharing, instructional materials, professional development and teachers' or students' reflection on their teaching and learning.
    • Here I would like to introduce several famous blogs in the field of Educational Technology...

1.jiahou's blog

 website:http://www.jeast.net/teacher/jiahou/index.html
 This is a blog created by Jiahou Li, professor of Educational Technology in Shanghai Normal University. Most of his articles are about study and research in the field of Educational Technology, including useful instructional resources, suggestions for undergraduate and graduate students in this field, introduction of great projects and activities, etc. It has been subscribed by many students and other educators to enrich their knowledge and scope in Education.

2. xiuli's blog

website: http://sociallearnlab.org/blog/

Xiuli's blog is written by Xiuli Zhuang, teacher in Beijing Normal University. Her blog is focused on her instruction in Educational Technology, especially in web 2.0 tools and social learning. Many of the articles are about the application and practice of web2.0 tools in teaching and learning. It serves not only as a resources sharing website, but also a social networking. There are many web2.0 services linked on it, which is a great place for people to communicate and connect with each other. For example, Google Friend Connect; My Bloglog, which creats a social networking community; Twitterizen; EduBloggerdir; etc. From this blog, access to other web 2.0 activities and websites the author creates is also availible. Examples: GoogleGroup, Wiki, Diigo, etc.

3. Dr. Jiao Jianli's Weblog on Educational Technology

website: http://jiao.blogbus.com/

Similar to the other two blogs I mentioned above, this is also a blog written by a doctor in the field of Educational Technology, which provides a large amount of information as well as her thinking about the field of Educational Technology.  

 

EduBlog Group...

  • is a blog that is not created by a single individual, but by a group of people, either who share the same interest, or are in the same field of work.
  • Each one in the group could contribute to the blog group.
  • Here I would like to introduce some blog groups...

1.  Suzhou Education Blog

website: http://www.szeblog.cn/index.html

     The blog is used as a teachers' professional development community.  On this blog, teachers in Suzhou can post and upload articles about their instructional work, their research, and their life. Education blogs teachers deposit their knowledge and reflect on their daily work. This blog has become an important channel for teachers to transform their implicit knowledge into explicit knowledge.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

     There are very detailed categories on the blog website, which makes it convenient for teachers to choose where to post their blog and connect to teachers with similar interests.The categories include: Education News, Theoretical Research; Instructional Integration, Subject Study; Arts Instruction, Science Instruction, Students' work, Teachers' Training, etc. This is how they would appear on the actual blog website.


 
 
 


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