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Janice McGuire

Medfield's District-Wide Technology Day 2013 - home - 1 views

    This is an awesome example of how to use a wiki for professional development. Thank you Neal.
Tony Bollino

Directory of Learning & Performance Tools « Centre for Learning & Performance... - 45 views

  • Tools for creating, delivering, managing and/or tracking learning and/or providing a formal social learning environment.
    Over 2,000 tools for learning and working in education and the workplace
BalancEd Tech

BalancEdTech - EngagEd Through Games - 42 views

    Project that includes: - Learning about learning - Gaming - Wiki Editing - Teamwork.

Wikispaces - Wikis for Teachers - 85 views

    • hollandchris
      Wikispaces is a power online collaborative tool.  Giving students the opportunity to collaborate on assignments is something I have been looking to expand on in my lessons.  I want to allow collaborative opportunities for my students, as it is a skill that will be necessary in their post secondary endeavors.  Wikispaces seems to be just what I have been looking for.  Wikispaces will allow for accountable online collaboration that I can easily direct and moderate.
    free, private, secure space for educators
    Free space to set up your class WIKIs. Excellent place for class collaboration and organization. One of those "I can't do without this" tools.
Martin Burrett

hackpad - 97 views

    A superb collaborative notepad site. Easily link to videos, audio, images, websites and other notepad pages.
Doug Henry

Top 10 Free Online Tutoring Tools for 2012 | Edudemic - 194 views

    Free tools to help you interact with your student(s) sans the confines of the classroom.

Wikis in the Classroom: Three Ways to Increase Student Collaboration - Faculty Focus | ... - 200 views

    I've long said that professors who want to explore teaching with technology should begin with a social media tool rather than a Learning Management System. Web 2.0 tools are simple to use, invite student collaboration, and are usually less administratively clunky and complex than an LMS.One of the easiest and most powerful tools is the regular old wiki. Wikis are simply web pages that can be edited by their users. Instead of only carrying content from the administrator, they harness the power of crowdsourcing to create a powerful communal resource.
Justin Lamoureux

Projects: A better way to work in classroom groups - 130 views

    Learn about the Projects feature introduced by Wikispaces.
Ana Karina

wikispaces - 1 views

shared by Ana Karina on 10 Aug 11 - Cached
  • A wiki is a space on the Web where you can share work and ideas, pictures and links, videos and media — and anything else you can think of. Wikispaces is special because we give you a visual editor and a bunch of other tools to make sharing all kinds of content as easy for students as it is for their teachers.
  • A Wikispaces Private Label site is a secure, dedicated wiki environment — like a clone of, but with your organization’s DNA mixed in. You get unlimited wikis (and everything you need to manage them), plus tools to integrate the site with your other systems and support your users.
    A superb wiki/web hosting site with lets you create web pages for your class or school or use it as a Wiki and let your pupils/colleagues create and build the page together. The basic account is free and if you sign up as an educator you can get extra storage space.
    Members please take note of this page!

Educational Leadership:How Teachers Learn:Learning with Blogs and Wikis - 57 views

  • Bloggers spend significant time pushing their own thinking—and having their thinking pushed by others. They respond to comments and link to other writers, connecting to and creating interesting ideas. Some develop curriculum and instructional materials together. Others review resources and debate the merits of the individual tools of teaching. Philosophical conversations about what works in schools are common as teachers talk about everything from homework and grading practices to school and district policies that affect teaching and learning. Blogs become a forum for public articulation—and public articulation is essential for educators interested in refining and revising their thinking about teaching and learning.
  • That's when I introduce them to RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed readers.
susan millican

KATE - Resources - 123 views

    Lots of technology tutorials
    KATE, the Kentucky Academy of Technology Education, collects the most innovative and successful technology practices in K-12 education and makes them available to the teachers and students of Kentucky -- the United States -- and the world.
Jason Schmidt

Collaborative Learning Home - Collaborative Learning - 78 views

    Wiki from 2009 Learning@School conference. Contains lots of great collaborative tools and ideas for using collaboration in the classroom.
Nancy White

50 Ways to Use Wikis for a More Collaborative and Interactive Classroom | Smart Teaching - 129 views

  • Track participation: Assign a wiki page to a group project, and then individual pages for each student to show their participation.
    • Nancy White
      I like this idea. Moves towards student ownership of learning. This is an easy formative assessment piece to put in place.
  • Solving wiki: Post difficult math problems, such as calculus, so that the class can collaboratively solve them.
    great ideas for multiple uses of wikis - with examples of each, however some of these links don't work.
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