The Power Of Wikis

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The Power Of Wikis

  1. 1. The Power of Wikis ‘ I believe wikispaces is a refreshing new way of learning. I have never learnt like this before, and have found that I am reading through a lot of peoples comments. It also allows people to voice their own opinions, which they may not do in an ordinary class.’ Chris Manning 1 st Year BTEC National Diploma in Sport Student
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  3. 3. What is a Wiki?
  4. 4. Which Wiki? Spot the odd one out?
  5. 6. Planning a Wiki?
  6. 7. Purpose? Times Up How would YOU use a ‘rewriteable’ web page or wiki to communicate with, challenge and inspire your pupils, students or staff? Time is against you?
  7. 8. Wiki Teaching Ideas Wikis Diaries, blogs and e-portfolios Publishing and galleries Discussions B Collaborate Authoring Communication C D E A
  8. 9. Power of N ‘ Having a boss is expensive’ Alan November Wikis enable learners to; Collaborate (AFL) Share (AFL) Be heard ‘ Wiki promote high performance team work rather than working through a chain of command than requires constant approval from an editor.’
  9. 10. Vandalism?
  10. 11. Digital Citizenship Authorship Audience (and Privacy) Accountability (Page history and control)
  11. 12. Challenge and Inspire ‘ The end of learning is action, not knowledge.’
  12. 13. Engaging Learners ‘ Overall the Wikispace is beneficial to everyone using it. Students AND Teachers.’ Joe Reece-Long ‘ The wikispace helps students to learn from each others opinions and to help others learn as well by correcting their mistakes.’ James Davis ‘ I believe it gives the less outgoing students a chance to voice their opinions.’ Mitch Fear ‘ I learn a lot more due to the fact I’m reading information instead of it being talked into me.’ Josh Tear
  13. 14. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ T he s a n d
  14. 15. Wiki or Won’t he?
  15. 16. Thank You

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