Wiki Follow-up

Original Training Info: http://teachwiki.wikispaces.com/WikiHowTo
SandBox - A Place to play and learn - http://sandbx.wikispaces.com/
Ad-free Wikis for educators - create your wiki from this site http://www.wikispaces.com/site/for/teachers


Ideas for Wiki Use from the Training Session:

  • Edit Promethean Flip Charts
  • Centralize Resources
  • Replaces USB drives and email
  • Project Based Learning
  • free response questions
  • brainstorming
  • preassements
  • webquests
  • organize long-term units
  • class discussions - literature, etc.
  • increase writing
  • round robin activities
  • student newspaper
  • teacher web page
  • plan social functions
  • group project - can access it even when a student is absent
  • Literature circles
  • reader response
  • Homework assignments and "drop box"
  • share resource cites and library resources
  • teacher collaboration
  • projects
  • assess group projects while they are working
  • keep track of which student contribute
  • post tech tutorials
  • troubleshooting
  • book club
  • committee meetings
  • calendar
  • RTI discussions
  • CIP
  • Cut down on presentation time - each students posts presentations. - gallery walk
  • plan school-wide unit
  • new teacher wiki - can post specific questions
  • plan functions to cut down on face to face meetings
  • share input - i.e. How does your team teach handwriting?
  • Team Planning
  • Community Math Problems - meaty multi-step building problems
  • Exhibition for IB schools
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How we are using Wikis in our schools:


Ridgeview:

Grisham:


8th Grade Math Teachers:

Things we have Learned:


Global Perspectives