December 10

Santa Shop

 

Hello!

 

4th graders will have the opportunity to shop at the annual PTO Santa Shop this week (Dec 9-13) with their Homeroom Classes. Classes will be going to the shop on the following days:

 

Mr. Straub- Tuesday Dec. 10th

Mrs. Macadams- Wednesday Dec 11th

Miss Rohrbaugh- Thursday Dec 12th

 

There will also be an opportunity to shop Friday Dec 13th for anyone who is absent or does not have money the day their homeroom goes.

Please have your child bring any money in a bag, kept in their backpack, until it is time for them to shop!

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us!

October 15

Class Blogging Intro

With our blogs up and running I wanted to give you a little more information about the platform we use, the safety of the blogs, and how we will be using them to extend our classroom learning.

First, we, as well as all Elanco classes who use blogs, use a blogging platform called EduBlogs. This is a blogging platform created specifically for students. Using this platform allows me the teacher to control anything that is posted or commented on any of the students blogs. It also allows for easy access to many other class blogs across the country and even the world! Although it is easy access for other EduBlog users, anyone else cannot access the blogs unless they have the exact URL of the blog. This allows for a great experience interacting with many other students from around the world, but ensures it is done in a safe environment.

Students enjoy blogs because it gives meaning to their writing. They now have an audience for what they write more than just their teacher and whoever reads it at home. It allows people from all over the world to read and give feedback on their work. As the year goes on we will learn of other ways to communicate our messages on our blogs. We will also take part in a Edublogs worldwide “Blog Challenge” that allows for constant interaction with students across the world!

I strongly believe in blogging for students because it allows them to “show off” their writing, learn important internet safety skills, and promote creativity and problem solving all through a safe environment. The school district, EduBlogs, and I make sure this is a completely safe learning experience for students on the internet.

If you ever have any questions about our blogging please do not hesitate to email me at cody_straub@elanco.org or call the school and ask for me.

 

Thank you for all of your support!

 

Mr. Cody Straub

 

October 3

September 2019 4th Grade Updates

It is hard to believe we are already done with a full month of school! In 4th grade we have been having a lot of fun getting to know each other and working hard learning new 4th grade skills! As the weather turns to fall (hopefully!) we will continue to learn many new things, but here is a recap of what we did in September:

Math: In math we have been working on place value skills. Those skills have included; recognizing different place values, understanding the relationships between different values, rounding, estimating, and addition and subtraction. We have been using the online resource Zearn to help teach and practice those skills.

When we are not on Zearn working we have done things like play place value games, create place value books, and practice our skills through other collaborative activities.

 

ELA: We have spent a lot of our time in ELA talking about main ideas and key details of different readings we have read or videos that we have watched. We have read a lot about our government and natural resources and found the main idea of those articles we have read.

In writing learners have been writing informative writing pieces and learning how to share facts in their writing. We have reviewed what makes a good paragraph and how to organize it.

We have also had the opportunity to create our own blogs! Learners will be working on these blogs throughout the year and publish different work for the whole world to see! Ask your child about their blog!

Inquiry: During our inquiry time we have focused a lot on learning different science skills and practicing those skills through hands on experiments. Learners started the year learning a lot about the scientific process and how that can help use answer questions and solve problems. We did many hands on experiments so far and are excited to continue to explore science!

If you ever have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to contact me!

 

Mr. Straub

May 5

Week 10 Blog Challenge from Edublogs

Week Ten Tasks

This week there are two tasks to complete. If you don’t have time to write your audit post, please just spend 5 minutes completing our survey. We’d really appreciate it!

There is a separate survey for teachers and students.

Teachers, please help us in making sure your students fill in the correct survey (for students)

Week 10 Tasks STUBC

Task 1: Audit Your Blog 

Option One: Write a post on your blog reflecting on your participation in the challenge.

These are the sorts of prompts you could answer in your post:

  • How many weeks of the challenge did you participate in?
  • How many posts did you write in the ten week period?
  • How many comments did you receive from classmates, teachers, or other visitors?
  • Which post did you enjoy writing the most and why?
  • Which web tools did you use to show creativity on your blog?
  • What are your plans for your blog now? Will you keep posting?

Option Two: Ask a student/teacher/family member who might not have read your blog to do an audit.

Sit beside them while they navigate around your blog, record what you observe as they interact with your blog. When finished, ask them the following questions:

  1. What were your first impressions of this blog?
  2. What captured your attention?
  3. What distracted you on the blog?
  4. What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?

If you’re working as a class on this activity, perhaps the teacher could write a post and invite the students to reflect in a comment. 

Task 2: Evaluate The Challenge

Please complete our short survey so we know what you enjoyed most about the challenge and what we could do to improve things in the future.

There is a separate survey for teachers and students.

Student survey

>> Click here to open the student survey

Add this URL to your class blog if you like https://forms.gle/QyJgn5YLFj6o8mfR7

Teacher survey

>> Click here to open the teacher survey

Please don’t share the teacher survey link with students.

Thank you!

Student Certificates

Congratulations on completing the Student Blogging Challenge!

Download a certificate to celebrate your achievement.

Note for commenters: I’ll email you about accessing your certificate.

>>Click here for a PDF copy of the student certificate

STUBC Student certificate

I will be contacting our commenting team via email soon to offer them a certificate.

Submit Your Post URL ⬇

If you want a commenter and other participants to visit your final task on your blog, remember to fill in the Google Form below.

Examples of post URLS for STUBCThe Google Form

Edit: Enter your details in the Google Form below or click here to open it in a new tab.

Teachers, feel free to put the Form URL on your class blog if it’s easier for your students to access.

https://forms.gle/U5KM1RL7FPvxZpPd6

If you have any additional comments about the Student Blogging Challenge, feel free to leave a comment below!

Thank you!

April 28

Week 9 Blog Challenge from Edublogs

What Makes A Quality Blog Post?

I hope you’ve learnt a lot throughout the Student Blogging Challenge! Perhaps if you look back to your posts from a few weeks ago you can see that you’ve improved.

This week we’re going to try to put together everything we know about creating a quality blog post.

Let’s go over some of the essential ingredients of a quality blog post. You might have your own ideas too!

You’re welcome to add this poster to your blog.

>> Download a PDF copy of the poster

10 point checklist showing what makes a quality blog post STUBC

Week Nine Tasks

This week there are just two tasks. Complete one or both depending on how much time you have.

Our graphic summarises the tasks and I will explain them in more detail below.

Week 9 Tasks STUBC -- Putting it all together

Task 1: Write a quality post on a free choice topic

Use the ideas in the graphic above about what makes a quality blog post (as well as your own ideas) to create a fantastic blog post.

Make sure you proofread it really well and try to make it your best post yet!

You can write about anything you like! If you’re stuck for ideas, why not try:

  • A happy memory
  • If you had three wishes…
  • Your pet (or a pet you wish you had)
  • Your hobby
  • Your dreams for the future
  • Things others wouldn’t know about you

Task 2: Recommend a blog

Have you come across a great blog during the Student Blogging Challenge? (Preferably from someone who isn’t in your class).

Write a post about that blog and tell us what makes it special. Include links to a couple of posts they have written.

Add a screenshot of their blog (remember a quality blog post includes a visual!).

When you’ve published your post, leave a comment on their blog to say you have written a post about them.

Examples:

Visit Others

Don’t forget to try to visit a couple of other bloggers once you’ve published your own post. Making connections is the best part of the Student Blogging Challenge!

Submit Your Post URL ⬇

If you’d like a commenter and others to visit your post, fill in the form below.

This video shows you how to find your URL…

Note, this isn’t a real class blog. Just one I used for testing 😉

 

This graphic below should help you understand what a post URL looks like if you’re using Edublogs/CampusPress/WordPress

Examples of post URLS for STUBCThe Google Form

Edit: Enter your details in the Google Form below or click here to open it in a new tab.

Teachers, feel free to put the Form URL on your class blog if it’s easier for your students to access.

https://forms.gle/JoDkUnDoF8Mp6f9bA


Next week’s topic (final week): Reflect and Celebrate!

April 26

4th Grade April Updates

The 4th grade year is amazingly coming to an end shortly as we reach the end of April. April has been a very busy month for 4th grade as we prepared and took the PSSA’s. All students worked so hard during our testing and I know they gave their best effort which made me proud!

In ELA we have focused a lot of our reading and studying on science topics. Students created a project where they researched about the spotted lantern fly, found out why they are bad for our ecosystem, and came up with a solution to control their population. Students have done a lot of research about animals of their choice and are learning about things like adaptations animals have and the life cycle they go through. In the next week, students will begin a project where they will be making their own TED Talk video about a science topic that interests them. They will be sharing an opinion and researching about the topic for their video.

Students continue to do amazing things with their blogs! Many students have visitors from all over the world coming to see their work. I have loved seeing the creativity in the students as they make blog posts with video, pictures, slide shows, and even music! Keep on the lookout for new posts over the next few weeks.

In Math class we have spent a lot of time working with angles and shapes the last few weeks. We discussed the different types of angles and how to recognize them and even learned how to draw angles to exact degrees with protractors.  We also reviewed the differences between lines, and line segments, and rays.

We are excited for a fun and productive end of the 4th grade year as we get ready for our summer break and becoming 5th graders!

As always, if you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to reach out!

Mr. Straub

April 22

Week 8 Blog Challenge from Edublogs

Week Eight Tasks

This week there are 3 tasks to choose from to share or learn more about the world.

Our graphic summarises the tasks and I will explain each task in more detail below.

As this is a new STUBC topic, I don’t have examples to share this week. Maybe I’ll be able to use your post as an example in a future challenge!

Week 8 of the STUBC blogging challenge is Where In The World

Task 1: Tells Us About Your Country

We’d love to learn more about where you live!

This task involves researching and sharing some interesting information about your country.

You might include information like:

  • Size
  • Population
  • Location
  • Landmarks
  • Capital city/Major cities
  • Flag
  • President/Prime Minister
  • History
  • Language
  • Religion
  • Climate
  • Plants and Animals

Ideas for presenting the information in your post:

You might also be able to use some of the fabulous Google tools for this topic like Google Earth and Google Maps.

  • Eleni Kyritsis shows us how to create a virtual tour with Google Tour Creator.
  • Matt Miller explains how to make a Google Map walking tour with Screencastify.

Task 2: Learn About Another Country

This task is the same as task 1 except instead of telling us about your own country you will research and share information about another country.

Be sure to tell us why you chose the country. Why does it interest you?

Task 3: Travel

Have you been lucky enough to travel to another country or city? Or perhaps you have dreams to travel somewhere?

Our commenting team leader Miss W recently travelled to South Australia and took some great photos which she’d like to share with you. Click here to visit Miss W’s website.

Sunrise at Marree by Miss W

This task involves writing a post about travel.

Ideas for your travel post:

  • Write about a holiday you went on that you really enjoyed.
  • Make a list of the top 10 travel destinations you’d like to go to.
  • Create a slideshow of your ideal holiday destinations.
  • Create an imaginary itinerary if you could travel anywhere and had an unlimited budget.

You might have your own ideas!

💡 Safety Tip

It’s fun to talk about travel, but it’s a good idea to avoid mentioning your specific travel plans online.

For example, instead of saying, “I’m going to visit Sydney next Monday” try “I’m planning a holiday to Sydney” or “I’m looking forward to visiting Sydney later in the year”.

Also, remember not to post pictures of yourself or others on the blog without permission.

Visit Others

Don’t forget to try to visit a couple of other bloggers once you’ve published your own post. You might learn a lot about where they live this week!

Submit Your Post URL ⬇

If you’d like a commenter and others to visit your post, fill in the form below.

This video shows you how to find your URL…

Note, this isn’t a real class blog. Just one I used for testing 😉

 

This graphic below should help you understand what a post URL looks like if you’re using Edublogs/CampusPress/WordPress

Examples of post URLS for STUBCThe Google Form

Edit: Enter your details in the Google Form below or click here to open it in a new tab.

Teachers, feel free to put the Form URL on your class blog if it’s easier for your students to access.

https://forms.gle/bRKcAfUYEqkYeifz5


Next week’s topic: Putting It All Together!

Remember, the Student Blogging Challenge runs for 10 weeks so we have 2 more weeks to go!

April 14

Week 7 Blog Challenge from Edublogs

Celebrations And Festivities

We have a diverse group taking part in the Student Blogging Challenge with lots of different cultural backgrounds represented.

Around the world, people celebrate different holidays and festivals.

It can be fun to tell people about our own traditions while hearing about others!

Want to learn a bit more about just some of the holidays that are celebrated around the world? This video might help.

This resource from ABC Australia also has some useful videos and information.

ABC Education Australia Celebration resources

Celebrations Poll

Just for fun, let’s find out what events you and your family celebrate!

Please take our quick poll below. 

Here’s a link to the poll if you want to share it with your students.

https://forms.gle/WveMwfzy5Yq6cAgk7

Week Seven Tasks

This week there are 4 tasks to choose from that explore holidays, celebrations, and festivities.

Our graphic summarises the tasks and I will explain each task in more detail below.

Week 7 of the STUBC is about holidays and celebrations

Task 1: Family Celebrations

Think of all the holidays, festivals, or celebrations that are important to your family. Write a blog post about this.

  • You could make a list of your family’s celebrations with a short description for each one, or
  • You could choose one celebration to explain in more detail.

Don’t forget to include lots of information about your holiday so your readers can get a clear understanding of this special day/season.

You could include things like:

  • The time of year/date it’s celebrated.
  • What you do to celebrate? Are there special costumes, decorations, music, lights, food, prayers, etc?
  • Do people give each other gifts?
  • Who is involved in the celebration? Do you visit other people or host family and friends?
  • What special memories do you have?

You might even like to do some research into the origins of your holiday.

Examples:

Task 2: Photo Spark

Often, holidays and celebrations include different decorations, food, costumes, or other objects.

Think of a celebration that’s important in your family and share a photo of something that represents that holiday.

Write a reflection to give readers an idea of the significance of this object.

Check out this example on the New York Times — Holiday Memories. 

Holiday Memories NY Times

Thanks to Larry Ferlazzo for sharing this idea. 

Remember, don’t include photos of people (including yourself) without permission.

Examples:

  • Keylee shared a photo that represents Christmas.
  • Gabby wrote an excellent piece about celebrations that included multiple pictures and some fun polls.

Task 3: Holiday Craft

Some people enjoy making craft for special holidays and seasons.

This task involves creating something and then adding a photo of it to a blog post with a description. Or you could even make a video tutorial for your readers!

If you find inspiration from a website, be sure to include the link in your post.

Craft inspiration:

  • Origami Club has a list of origami (paper folding) objects you can make for a variety of holidays.
  • DLTK has lots of ideas sorted into different holidays.
  • PBS Parents shares a range of craft ideas for different celebrations.
  • Easy Peasy and Fun have lots of holiday craft ideas. For example, there are many Easter ideas. Use the drop-down menu at the top of the site to explore other holidays or adapt the ideas for your own holidays!
Easy Peasy and Fun has lots of craft ideas

Examples:

  • Rhiann made a fantastic video to share a craft idea.
  • Kaylie made a candle and explained how she did it. She also including the link to the site she used.
  • Mia explained how she made some snowflakes.

Task 4: Holiday Poem

A special holiday or celebration can be a great topic to write a poem about.

This task involves writing any sort of poem about any celebration or festival that’s important to you.

Stuck for ideas?

Why not try magnetic poetry or a visual poem?

Magnetic Poetry — This is where you put words together to make a poem. It uses Google Drawings or Slides.

Visual Poem

Explore the fantastic poetry generators on the Language is a Virus website. (I believe this works best on a computer rather than tablet/mobile device).

For example, their visual poetry mosaic tool displays your work as a shape. Take a screenshot of your end result and add it to a blog post as an image.

Visual Poetry Example The Edublogger.

If you don’t want to use that tool, you could display your poem creatively using a tool like Google Drawings or Canva.

Submit Your Post URL ⬇

If you’d like a commenter and others to visit your post about celebrations, fill in the form below.

This video shows you how to find your URL…

Note, this isn’t a real class blog. Just one I used for testing 😉

 

This graphic below should help you understand what a post URL looks like if you’re using Edublogs/CampusPress/WordPress

Examples of post URLS for STUBCThe Google Form

Edit: Enter your details in the Google Form below or click here to open it in a new tab.

Teachers, feel free to put the Form URL on your class blog if it’s easier for your students to access.

https://forms.gle/YujuqFMxFk5cjfxx6


Next week’s topic: Where in the world? 🌐

Remember, the Student Blogging Challenge runs for 10 weeks so we have 3 more weeks to go!

April 7

Week 6 Blog Challenge from Edublogs

Let’s Look At Music

What sort of music do you like?

  • Pop?
  • Rock?
  • Classical?
  • Country?
  • Alternative?
  • Jazz?
  • Dance?
  • Hip hop or rap?

There are so many different types of music enjoyed around the world.

As Greek Philosopher Plato apparently said,

Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.

Music and the Law

Remember back in week 3 we discussed how you can’t just use any image that you find online? Well, the same applies for music.

Most music is protected by copyright. So you can’t use it for your own digital projects without permission or paying for a special license.

Listening to music

Not so long ago, when people wanted to listen to their favourite song, they had to wait until it came on the radio or buy the CD/cassette/record.

Now there are choices but it’s important to know what you can and can’t do with music.

Using music in projects

Normally, you can’t just use any music you like in something you’re creating — like a video.

However, in most countries, you are allowed to copy music to add to a video if:

a) it’s for educational purposes and

b) you’re not sharing your video publicly (or selling it!)

So, if you have a public blog, you aren’t allowed to put a video on there that you made with copyright music. And you couldn’t show your video at a public event. However, it’s okay if you’re just showing the video to your teachers and parents.

Hopefully you do want to share your work with a public audience. That’s what this challenge is all about! Don’t worry. You can still use music. I’ll share some options below.

Note: This is the case in Australia and the US but if you live in another country you may need to check your own guidelines. 

Paying for music

There are popular sites and apps where you can pay to download music legally — for example, Apple Music, Google Play Music, and Spotify.

You can listen to your downloaded music yourself, but can’t upload it to your blog or to a video or other project you’re working on.

You also can’t use it publicly (e.g. at a school event, store, or public event).

Streaming music

It’s fine to stream music online on sites like YouTube (although remember, YouTube is 13+) but it’s not usually legal to download the audio from a YouTube video as explained in this article.

Also, streaming music in this way is meant for personal use — not for a public broadcast. As Spotify says,

…it’s not possible to use Spotify in public places (such as bars, restaurants, stores, schools, etc.). You may only make personal, non-commercial, entertainment use of the content.

Most streaming services are similar.

Embedding music

Embedding a video from a site like YouTube or Vimeo into your blog is usually allowed.

As Richard Byrne says,

If the host provides an embed and you embed it using their code according to their rules (usually that means not trying to hide branding), you can embed it without violating copyright.

CDs or digital music?

You can also listen to music by buying a CD or borrowing one from the library. Although digital music is becoming a lot more popular than CDs in many parts of the world.

Again, you can’t copy the music from a CD and use it for another project (e.g. upload it to your blog or add it to a public video).

Confused? Here’s a summary of the do’s and don’ts you need to remember

Remember, I’m no legal expert and things are different in different countries so please contact me if you have any extra information. We can all learn together!

Music and the Law Do's and Don'ts. for bloggers

Where to find music and clips that you are allowed to use

Just like with images, there are options for students and teachers who need music or sound clips for a video, slideshow, or other digital project they’re working on.

Let’s take a look at three …

Dig CC Mixter

Dig CC Mixter offers thousands of hours of free music.

The music on this site has different Creative Commons licenses so you need to check whether you need to attribute the music or not (attribute means saying who made the music and where it’s from etc).

Educational Blogger Richard Byrne’s video below explains how to use Dig CC Mixter and filter by license.

BBC Sound Effects

During 2018, the BBC made over 16,000 sound effects available to use for personal, educational, or research purposes.

You can browse by category to find the sort of sound effect you’re after for your project.

You should put a link in your project or blog post to say that your sound effects were from the BBC and link to their site. 

Here is an example of a sound clip. This is the sound of the surf at Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia.

Audio Player

 

bbc.co.uk, copyright 2019

YouTube Audio Library

YouTube also has a great library of music you can use although remember YouTube is 13+.

Visit the AudioLibrary to browse the selections.

If you click on Attribution, you can filter your results to find music that doesn’t need to be attributed.

You can preview the music to see what it sounds like and download the music you like.

YouTube music library

Here’s an example called Sunshine in my Heart by Jingle Punks.

Audio Player

Want more places to find free music?

Check out these sites from Richard Byrne for more sites and details:

Week Six Tasks

This week you can choose from a list of 8 ideas to create a post about music. Or you can come up with your own idea!

Because the topic of music is a new one for the Student Blogging Challenge, we don’t have many examples to share this week.

Week 6 of the STUBC is about music. There are 8 tasks to choose from

8 Prompts For Your Post About Music

Choose one or more of these ideas to create a post about music. Or, you might have your own idea!

1) Create a survey about music (opinions)

Create a poll to survey your readers (Google Forms is a good way to do this or you could use a tool like Crowd Signal).

Alternatively, you could write some questions that you’d like readers to answer in a comment.

Your survey questions could be about:

  • Your favourite music genre
  • Your favourite artists or groups
  • Would you rather? (e.g. Would you rather Ariana Grande or Billie Eilish? Would you rather classical music or rap?)

Idea: When your survey is completed, you could share a summary of your findings. I love a tool called Beam for making simple charts.

2) Create a quiz about music (facts)

Quiz your readers about anything music related. Perhaps your quiz could include questions like:

  • Facts about artists (year they were born, or first number one hit)
  • Facts about instruments
  • Music theory
  • Questions about a certain genre or period of time (e.g. 1980s music)

Google Forms is great for making quizzes but please make sure it’s public. You could also make a Google Slides presentation. The question could be on one slide, and the answer on the next (or all the answers could be at the end of the presentation).

Remember to please make sure any Google Forms/Slides/Docs etc. are public.

3) Tell us about an instrument

Do you have a favourite instrument? Or perhaps there is an instrument that fascinates you and you might like to do some research and write a post about it.

You might include things like:

  • Construction or appearance
  • History
  • Technique or how to play it
  • Famous works or artists
  • Classification or family of instruments (e.g. strings, or percussion)

Don’t forget to include an image or embed a video.

ExampleAsh wrote a post about the ukelele for her free choice post in week 4.

4) Research a famous artist or group

Find out more about a singer, songwriter, musician, or group. This might be someone who is popular now or performed long ago.

Share some interesting facts in a post.

Bring your research to life with an image or video.

5) Make a playlist

Music lovers have enjoyed making their own playlists for years. A playlist can celebrate a certain artist, genre, or mood.

Write a blog post that includes a playlist of your favourite songs. Don’t forget to explain why you like each song and why it’s part of your playlist.

Example: Principal Meredith Akers made a playlist by embedding YouTube videos into her blog post.

6) Discuss music and the law

Many people don’t realise that by using music illegally, you are putting artists at a disadvantage because they are not getting paid for their work.

Do some research and write an article about the downsides of using music illegally.

Alternatively, you might like to write a post about do’s and don’ts of using music legally. You might be able to teach others who aren’t aware that there are rules we need to abide by.

7) Guess the artist, song, or instrument

Guessing games are fun!

Give your readers some clues as they scroll down the page and have them guess the artist, song, or instrument.

You could put each clue on a slide of a Google Slides presentation if you prefer (just remember to make sure your Slides presentation is public).

Invite your readers to put their guesses in a comment.

8) Make some music

We don’t just have to talk about music or listen to others’ music. Why not make your own. There are lots of apps and websites where you can make music.

One suggestion is Google’s Song Maker 

Play around with it to make a tune and then click Save in the bottom right-hand corner.

Next, you can copy the embed code. Another option is to copy the link to your song if you don’t want it embedded in your post.

In your blog post, go to Add Media > Insert Embed Code

Paste your embed code and press Insert Into Post

Your song will appear!

Another music creation tool that is popular and free for all ages is Incredibox.

When You’ve Published A Post, It’s Time To Visit

As always, an important part of the challenge is to connect with others. You never know what you might learn or who you could connect with!

When you’ve finished your post, choose a couple of blogs to visit and leave a quality comment.

Remember to ask a question and check back to see if they replied to you (most platforms have a box to tick so you can get an email when there is a follow-up comment).

You will find the link to the week 6 participants’ posts on the sidebar of this blog on Tuesday.

Submit Your Post URL ⬇

If you’d like a commenter and others to visit your post about music, fill in the form below.

This video shows you how to find your URL…

Note, this isn’t a real class blog. Just one I used for testing 😉

 

This graphic below should help you understand what a post URL looks like if you’re using Edublogs/CampusPress/WordPress

Examples of post URLS for STUBCThe Google Form

Edit: Enter your details in the Google Form below or click here to open it in a new tab.

Teachers, feel free to put the Form URL on your class blog if it’s easier for your students to access.

https://forms.gle/Q2ZiuxfrfWBSo8iS8


Next week’s topic: Celebrations and Festivities!