Jade Ballek – October 2012
   Provide a brief background to wikis   Explore the Sun West wikis available   Look at how wikis can be used in the   ...
   Think/Pair/Share   The word “wiki” comes from the Hawaiian    word meaning “quick”.   The first wiki was developed i...
   Easy way to set up a web page   Allows many people to add content to a web    page - collaboration   Can be used to ...
   Sun West Learning Coaches and Consultants    and teachers have developed a number of    wikis.   These wikis were cre...
   Two ways to use wikis in the classroom   1. Provide students with links to wikis to    gather information on a topic...
Grade 9 Science Fair Wikispace(Outlook High School
Image fromSGI site
   Web Quest   Presentations    ◦ Lead Teacher    ◦ Learning Consultant    ◦ Supervisor of Technology
   It is a good idea to create a list of “rules” for    acceptable use when adding content to a    wikispace.   Setting ...
   Settings allow teachers to control who sees    the wiki and who can edit content on the wiki:    ◦ Private    ◦ Group ...
   Settings allow teachers to change the    appearance of their wiki   Educational wikis are free, but there are some   ...
   Create a wikispace account   3 Basic Skills    ◦ Create a page    ◦ Invite members (verified through email)    ◦ Add ...
   One mic at a time   “Raise hand” feature on Bridgit
   http://wikiswork.wikispaces.com/Examples+    of+Elementary+Classroom+Wikis   http://educationalwikis.wikispaces.com/E...
Live! Technology Tutorial   Wikispaces - October 2012
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This is the first in a series of online webinars presented to Sun West teachers.

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    1. 1. Jade Ballek – October 2012
    2. 2.  Provide a brief background to wikis Explore the Sun West wikis available Look at how wikis can be used in the classroom Getting started with creating your own wiki
    3. 3.  Think/Pair/Share The word “wiki” comes from the Hawaiian word meaning “quick”. The first wiki was developed in 1994 by Ward Cunningham. The most popular wiki is Wikipedia which is a free content encyclopedia. How does Wikipedia work? Now, there are tens of thousands of wiki websites! Image from Wikipedia
    4. 4.  Easy way to set up a web page Allows many people to add content to a web page - collaboration Can be used to share information with a wide audience quickly Members can have online discussions on a wiki page Others can comment on a wiki page Image from Wikispaces
    5. 5.  Sun West Learning Coaches and Consultants and teachers have developed a number of wikis. These wikis were created to provide an opportunity for collaborative sharing among teachers.
    6. 6.  Two ways to use wikis in the classroom 1. Provide students with links to wikis to gather information on a topic 2. Create a class wiki to share information
    7. 7. Grade 9 Science Fair Wikispace(Outlook High School
    8. 8. Image fromSGI site
    9. 9.  Web Quest Presentations ◦ Lead Teacher ◦ Learning Consultant ◦ Supervisor of Technology
    10. 10.  It is a good idea to create a list of “rules” for acceptable use when adding content to a wikispace. Setting the expectations in advance, and developing consequences can help prevent issues from developing.
    11. 11.  Settings allow teachers to control who sees the wiki and who can edit content on the wiki: ◦ Private ◦ Group members only ◦ Open/public
    12. 12.  Settings allow teachers to change the appearance of their wiki Educational wikis are free, but there are some restrictions.
    13. 13.  Create a wikispace account 3 Basic Skills ◦ Create a page ◦ Invite members (verified through email) ◦ Add content  Upload files (handouts)  Adding external links  Insert pictures
    14. 14.  One mic at a time “Raise hand” feature on Bridgit
    15. 15.  http://wikiswork.wikispaces.com/Examples+ of+Elementary+Classroom+Wikis http://educationalwikis.wikispaces.com/Exa mples+of+educational+wikis http://grade9-sciencefair.wikispaces.com/

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