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As students learn to use digital tools to provide feedback, one thing comes to mind: quality commenting.  whether it be through shared work or a blog, students could use some assistance on valuable and respectful commenting.  Here are a few resources that might help guide your students into commenting on others’ works, whether it be digital or not.

Teaching and Promoting Quality Commenting – a great article that identifies how blogging has changed, benefits of students posting “raw” posts, commenting, and how to teach and promote quality commenting.

How to Write a Quality Blog Comment – Poster to print and share with students as more opportunities become available to them to post a comment, critique peer work publically, or just practice general social media etiquette.  Here is a video of 3rd graders sharing how to write a quality comment, as well.