Free Yugma Premium Account for Bloggers

Another great reason to blog is that I get great things for my classroom and to make me a better teacher. For my classroom it has been $80,000 worth of grants, funding, software, and services over the past year.

Here is one for all bloggers from Yugma:

Therefore, effective today, and running until January 31, 2008, we’ll be donating sponsored Yugma Premium accounts to bloggers who ask. Each sponsored account will be good for 12 months ! All a blogger has to do is request an account by sending us an email at renee[at]yugma.com. You must include your email address and blog website address. (Limit one sponsored Yugma account per blog site.

Blog and ASK FOR IT!

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4 thoughts on “Free Yugma Premium Account for Bloggers

  1. I’d like to know more about the $80,000 worth of grants, software, etc that you have received for your classroom —

    are you also writing grants for your school??

  2. thanks for this! i’ve been using yugma for online meetings for quite some time, i’m glad they’re rewarding bloggers for spreading the good word

  3. Anonymous –

    We’ve actually received $150K in true grants, however this number represents the grants received as a direct result of blogging… a pilot program or two, software, some collaborative rooms and several things for Flat Classroom.

    Most of these are NOT through formal grant programs but things that were worked out with vendors.

    The bottom line is that blogging benefits the classroom if you do it well. I’m not going to detail who and where I received what for my classroom, however, you can view sponsorships of flat classroom on our wiki which will give you some insight.

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