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Wikis for everyone
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  • Good afternoonI was fortunate enough to attend the ISTE 2010 Conference this year in Denver Colorado . One of the Workshops I was impressed with , used a NING and a WIKI in a Global Collaborative Project - called the Digiteacher Project – Digital Citizenship within a Project-Based Learning Environment.I thought the basic principles could be applied to any Collaborative Project so decided to try this out with my Year 10 Science classes on the Crumple Zones EEI
  • Good afternoonI was fortunate enough to attend the ISTE 2010 Conference this year in Denver Colorado . One of the Workshops I was impressed with , used a NING and a WIKI in a Global Collaborative Project - called the Digiteacher Project – Digital Citizenship within a Project-Based Learning Environment.I thought the basic principles could be applied to any Collaborative Project so decided to try this out with my Year 10 Science classes on the Crumple Zones EEI
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    • 1. what isa wiki?Diane Mackenzie
    • 2. Place on the web where many people can come together and share ideas
      Can be like an ongoing conversation
      Contains a body of knowledge that people can share
      WIKI means QUICK – a place to consolidate ideas , links, videos.
      A PORTAL for learning
    • 3. Example of a simple WIKI
      http://voicethread4education.wikispaces.com/9-12
      http://mrsibrahim.wikispaces.com/home
      http://www.flatclassroomproject.org/
    • 4.
    • 5. How is a WIKI better than…a blog?a website?a shared powerpoint ?It allows COLLABORATION!
    • 6.
    • 7. What could I use it for ?
    • 8. What to consider when starting a WIKI
      PURPOSE
      short term or long term?
      AUDIENCE
      One class, one subject, whole school ?
      CONTENT
      Teacher created, student work
    • 9. What can I put on the WIKI?
    • 10. Many other WIDGETS are available
    • 11. contact WIKISPACES to make as many identical copies of the WIKI as you need ( 3 day turn around for me)
    • 12. WIKI Structure
    • 13. Use Templates for creating multiple group pages
    • 14. Managing the Educational WIKI
    • 15. Enrolling Students
      I enter school code name as username and password and let WIKISPACES generate email address.
      ( I add cvx to the username as there are many with same name – jbrown2cvx )
    • 16. Enrolling students
    • 17. FEEDBACK TO STUDENTS
      Critical to show the students that you are interested and are looking at what they have done
      From RSS Feed page you click to link to the WIKI and can write a comment in the discussion for that page
    • 18. WIKI SECRETS
      You can view the HISTORY of a page
      Individual contributions can be tracked
      This doesn’t tell the whole story but is evidence for the teacher backed up observations.
      Discussion pages can also be used.
    • 19. HISTORY
    • 20.
    • 21. KEEPING TRACK
    • 22. www.cvxTEST.wikispaces.com
      I have given you a username and password
      You now have an account on Wikispaces on this name.
      Go to your page and complete the Challenge Exercises
      After this you can confidently make you own wiki and use it with your class
      ASK me to help you enrol the students
    • 23. ++++++
      Easy to monitor student progress in the early stages of planning
      View and approve Draft proposals in real time
      Provide Feedback anytime. Record of the Feedback is always available
      Once the Wiki template is created it is easy to copy and duplicate
      Classes were highly motivated to use the WIKI.
    • 24. ++++++
      Absent students could be aware of what was going on
      Students generally organised Groups well - matched ability with specific duties or tasks
    • 25. ++++++
      Definitely less work marking - no trees - all in one place
      History page provides evidence to challenge students who appear to be making no effort or contribution
      Students with IT ability can shine
    • 26. -------
      First time with class on WIKI can be difficult
      Takes time to work out Criteria that you are confident that you can assess.
      Some students claimed they weren't listened to in their Group and could have done better on their own ( I agreed!)
      Unmotivated students could be spectators although their marks also reflect this .
    • 27. The End

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