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  • learning@school Shaping teaching and learning in the 21st century Ko te whenu hou te tau [email_address] Rotorua New Zealand February 2008
  • Collaborative Learning through Wikis Elizabeth O’Hagan & Chris Lynch
  • Things to think about…
    • What is your end outcome?
    • Access to computers/internet
    • Web 2.0 tools
    • Parental consent
    • Time for the project
    • Copyright!!!
  • What do we use wiki’s for…
    • Information site for students & parents
    • Workplace for students either individual or collaborative
  • Collaboration through wikis…
    • Class group work placed on wikis
    • Evaluations
    • External collaboration – group work has to occur online
  • Collaboration through group work
    • Writing
    • Research – and presenting links to information
    • Photo essays
    • Web 2.0 tools
  • Web 2.0 tools
    • toondoo
    • Booksie
    • Make “movies” using photos - slideroll
    • Signs
    • Google docs
  • Collaboration through evaluation
    • Students give feedback on other students work on the wiki
    • Blogging
  • Online collaboration “externally”
    • - Groups create their page together
    • Use the discussion tab
    • Google docs
    • Skype
  • Ins and Outs…
    • Kids joining the wiki
    • Editing pages
    • Deleted work
    • Inappropriate work
    • Monitoring pages
    • Private/non private spaces
  • Literacy levels Access at home? Access? Computer skills The Limitations? Teachers?
  • Reasons to Get Around the Limitations..
    • Wiki’s are fun
    • Wiki’s provide a real audience
    • Wiki-ing raises standards / expectations
    • Wiki-ing enables creativity
  • Making it happen