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Fun Way to Practice Writing, Self-Expression & Teamwork

Educators can sign up online for the next round of QuadBlogging, which matches a school or classroom with three other educational groups to help populate their blogs.
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Group blogging can help kids build teamwork and communication skills

Pros: Kids get writing, communication, and teamwork practice, and can potentially learn about other regions and cultures.

Cons: Quads depend on a volunteer coordinator to keep things moving; classes may have to wait awhile before the next session starts.

Bottom Line: QuadBlogging can help classrooms strengthen their blog readership while kids build communication, collaboration, and social media skills.

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