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  • 1. Using Wikis
  • 2. https://plans.pbworks.com/signup/edubasic20
  • 3. PBworks is an easy-to-use free web page that multiple people can edit, it’s based on wiki technology. WYSIWYG
  • 4. Use PBworks to communicate with Administrators, Faculty, Parents and Students
  • 5. E-book teams *Each week, a team of four students works between meetings of class sessions to update an enhanced e-book that includes the notes, lexicon entries, and mindmaps for that week, with graphics, text, and live links. * In addition, e-book teams develop a webpage on best practices and procedures.
  • 6. Posting to Padlet
  • 7. Why do you think…? What is the main idea…? What inference can you make…? What is the purpose of….? What is the relationship between…? What do you see as other possible outcomes? What ideas justify…? What are some of the problems of…? What evidence can you find…? Can you distinguish between…? How is…similar to…? What was the turning point…why? How would you categorize…? Compare…to…? Contrast…to…? What conclusions can you draw…? What can you infer….?
  • 8. Real-time note-taking and backchannel • Teams of four take notes using a real-time • note-taking handing off to another team every half hour, publishing their notes to the class site after the end of the class session. Students can use collaborative tools to engage in parallel, relevant online discussion in real time through the web, Facebook, Twitter, or Facebook.

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