Here’s how it works: Each class, or “quad,” has a coordinator to oversee communication among the groups. Each cycle lasts four weeks, with each quad having one week in the spotlight. During that week, their blog will be visited by the other quad members, who will leave feedback. In return, the class commits to visiting the other quads’ blogs when it’s their turn in the spotlight. The result is a fast-moving cycle of four weeks that is repeated two or three times and ensures that the blogs have an authentic audience. (http://www.edtechmagazine.com/)
Interested in learning more about how you and your class can participate in QuadBlogging? Contact your Instructional Technology Specialist!