Site To Be used:
www.wikispaces.com             (Google Images, 2011)
A wiki is a web site that visitors can become a participant.They can create or edit the actual site contents without anysp...
an Internet connection. Users can asynchronously edit the content that is visible onthe page. A wiki can be public or priv...
Improve students writing skills .Enable students to learn outside of school hours.Educators can track student participatio...
Collaborative website posting by students for peer reviews, groupprojects, collaborative discussion notes (student-created...
Educators: K-12 for Instruction   Higher Education Instructors                                   People Collaborating on P...
   Businesses for marketing      Researchers
All SubjectsMath                           ScienceEnglish Literature                  Social Studies-History              ...
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Bush’s wiki staff development workshop (introduction to wiki

  1. 1. Site To Be used:
  2. 2. www.wikispaces.com (Google Images, 2011)
  3. 3. A wiki is a web site that visitors can become a participant.They can create or edit the actual site contents without anyspecial technical knowledge or tools. All that is needed is acomputer with (Google Images, 2011)
  4. 4. an Internet connection. Users can asynchronously edit the content that is visible onthe page. A wiki can be public or private and the changes made by users are trackedso that anyone can see who made what changes. Wikis can be frequently used forcollaborative projects. (Google Images, 2011)
  5. 5. Improve students writing skills .Enable students to learn outside of school hours.Educators can track student participation and achievement.Used for brainstorming, lists, categorizing, and prioritizing informational. (Google Images, 2011)
  6. 6. Collaborative website posting by students for peer reviews, groupprojects, collaborative discussion notes (student-created), problem-solving, discussions, and collaboration skills. (Microsoft Corp., 2007)
  7. 7. Educators: K-12 for Instruction Higher Education Instructors People Collaborating on Projects High School Students Elementary School Students(Microsoft Corp., 2007)
  8. 8.  Businesses for marketing  Researchers
  9. 9. All SubjectsMath ScienceEnglish Literature Social Studies-History ((Microsoft Corp., 2007))
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