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ClassroomSchoolWikis

Page history last edited by Richard Beach 11 months ago

Classroom / School Wikis

 

Lisa Holton provides access to deaf and hearing impaired individuals via a Wiki filled with home-made video tutorials (in ASL) and additional links describing:
1.) WHAT type of Web2.0 tools are available for educators,
2.) WHY they should consider using them to teach writing, and
3.) HOW to go about setting up and implementing some of these tools

Mrs. Huff’s English classroom wikis

 

Digital Citizenship wiki

 

Molly Melton's 12th grade AP Literature class wiki

 

Scott Wertsch's 10th grade book club wiki

 

Wiki for studying literary characters

 

Darin Hausberger's math wiki

 

Clarence Fisher: Studying Societies (middle-school social studies)

 

Mr. Pollitt's classroom

 

M. C. Morgan: Dayblog: course on blogs/wikis

 

High School Online Collaborative Writing

 

Westwood Schools: Wikispace wiki

 

Wikiuniversity

 

Room 15: An elementary school wiki

 

St. Francis Xavier School

 

Village Elementary School Polar Regions Project

 

Wikia: School wikis

 

Using Wikis as Course Syllabi

 

Peter Kittle, Chico State University: English education methods courses

 

Epocha Wiki: Penn State University

 

Physiology 101, Fall, 2006

 

Professional Development Wikis

 

Wikieducator

 

Troy Hicks: 2009 NCTE Presentation: What's the Matter with Wikis

 

Steve Hardagon: Educational Networking wiki

 

Will Richardson's Weblogged links on a wiki

 

EdTech Wiki: lots of information on technology tools

 

Ed Tech Wiki, University of Geneva

 

Beth Knittle: wiki resource site

 

The Reflective Teacher wiki

 

National Writing Project Wikis

 

South Central Kansas Writing Project

 

Project Write: Red Cedar Writing Project

 

Library and Author Wikis

 

Library wikis

 

Librarian Chick

 

National / Regional Wikis for Sharing Information

 

Your Archives: British-based wiki for public sharing of information

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