Brainstorming on how to use Wikis for your content, instruction, and assignments.
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Click here to find the right Web 2.0 tool for your classroom by task

Click on the hyperlink that corresponds to the period that you attended the technology training. It is not necessary to add your name to your comment (if you want; you can add it in parentheses after your comment). If you did not attend the technology training, you can still add your comments by clicking on "general" hyperlink.


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Click here to see a compiled list of what was brainstormed during Wikis part one training!

For beginners; please watch the following short video:



Wikispaces is a great place to create ad-free, educational Wikis at no cost! Check it out!

8 Ways To Use School Wikis:
http://techlearning.com/article/22064

10 Best Practices for Using Wikis in Education:
http://itcboisestate.wordpress.com/2008/05/21/10-best-practices-for-using-wikis-in-education/

For the advanced wiki user; you may be interested in the following wiki tutorials:

As an educator interested in creating engaging wikis, you’ll want to keep resources like “Cool Tools for Schools” and “Getting Tricky with Wikis” handy for your Web 2.0 needs.

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Lenva Shearing, the creator of these wikis, is the deputy principal of the Bucklands Beach Intermediate School in New Zealand and is an ICT facilitator for schools in her area. As she traveled to different schools, she was often asked by her colleagues about the online tools that were available to use in their classrooms.