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    •  
      • The word “ Wiki ” originates from which culture?
        • A) Nigerian
        • B) Chinese
        • C) Alaskan
        • D) Hawaiian
      • The word “ Wiki ” means?
        • A) Everyone
        • B) Quick
        • C) Collaborate
        • D) Input
        • E) Here & Now
      • Who can edit your wiki page?
        • A) anyone
        • B) those invited to your space
        • C) teachers only
        • D) combination of ____ & ____
      • The creator & developer of “ Wiki ” spaces?
        • Steve Jobs (RIP)
        • Ward Cunningham
        • Nathanial Brands
        • Bill Gates
      • Created in 1995
      • Facilitate online collaboration
        • Programming
        • Design best practices
      • 2000’s Wiki evolved to help facilitate the sharing & collaboration of
        • Information
        • Knowledge
        • Learning
        • Communication
        • Etc..
      • Add content that can be edited and maintained in collaboration
      • Create a safe space for students to add, discuss and share content and information
      • Allow for student centered activities
      • Extend your classroom beyond its walls
      • Engage your learners through interactions
      • Enhance your 21 st Century instructional practices.
      • Students collaborate on group projects
        • Social studies
        • Science Fairs
        • Online class newspaper
        • Story telling
        • Tutorials (math, science, LA, etc…)
        • Etc…
      • Open student discussions for classroom topics
        • Brainstorming
        • Online discussions & debates
        • Feedback
        • Peer Support
      • Create web wiki resources for your classes content
        • Course outline
        • Lesson and unit outlines & summaries
        • Handouts (documents, word, pdfs, ppt, videos, pics, etc…)
        • “ Scrapbook” for digital artifacts
      • Solve problems or submit questions for each other
      • Allowing and engaging students to build the content
      • Student portfolios
        • Assessment/
        • Proof & evidence of learning
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