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  • Using Wikis and GoogleDocs
    • Learning is a social process that requires interaction
    • Help clarify ideas and concepts through discussion
    • Requires active learning through participation
    • Allows for work outside of class
    • Wikis are interactive WebPages with built-in privacy and protection
    • Allow for classroom extension, providing assignments, requirements, and resources
    • Provides space for discussion
    • Provides space for online assignment postings
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    • Library ( http:// bottspot.wikispaces.com / )
    • Algebra ( http:// smmalgebra.wikispaces.com / )
    • Social Studies ( http:// carversclass.wikispaces.com / )
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    • Free, collaborative tool online
    • Allows students to work together on documents, presentations, spreadsheets, and forms
    • Extends classroom beyond school hours
    • Allows students to work when they are available and comfortable
    • Step 1: Students worked as a class to create comprehensive notes on three topics that produced major change in the 1920’s: Women, the Automobile, and Music and Literature
    • Step 2: Students used those notes to work in small groups to create a presentation.
    • 8A Document shared with class
    • Presentation from a group
    • Completed forms: Primary Documents