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Word Press is a website creation and blogging tool. You can be as creative as you wish when designing your own pages with thousands of plugins, widgets and themes.



Edmodo is also a blogging tool. It is user friendly and great to use in the classroom. Teachers and students can use it to send notes, links, files, alerts, assignments and events to each other. Groups can be created by the teachers and then the students can sign up, withut needing an email address.



Weebly is perfect for creating classroom websites, student e-portfolios, and websites for assigned projects. It is simple to use, and appropriate for use with students of all ages. Weebly enables your students to express themselves creatively using a variety of multimedia features, all within a protected environment that you control.



Blogger is Google's blogging tool. It is a great tool for students to share ideas with their peers and teachers, and for others to provide feedback. Tutorial available below...



To get you up and running with Blogger in no time at all, have a look at Ms Tronc's slideshare presentation.



Edublogs is another blogging tool designed especially for education. You can post videos, podcasts and documents and generate some fantastic discussions.



Pb Works allows you to create your own class Wiki where you can display work, post assignments, share photos and videos and also comment on others work. It is a great collaborative tool between the classroom and the home environment. A tool for teachers, students and parents to share information.  (Tutorial available)



Wix is a web page creation tool. It is user friendly and allows students to develop their own web pages. 


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