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Building Understanding

Page history last edited by Anita Brooks Kirkland 13 years, 10 months ago
 I love the Read-write web page.  It's very concise and informative.  Learned many new terms such as MashUp.

 

Building Understanding

 

In this space we hope you will record observations and questions you have about designing Wiki spaces for teaching and learning.

 

 

Post your observations and questions in the left hand column for your team.

Respond to the observations and questions of other teams in the right hand column of the chart.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Building Understanding of Wikis

 

Observations and Questions

 

 Responses and Connections
 
Team 1  History feature is helpful.  
Team 2  We like the design of the site.   
Team 3    
Team 4

 Integrating the 6 hats in a wiki-webquest was a great idea!  See Climate webquest.

I love the Read-Write web page. It's  very concise and informative. Learned new terms such as MashUp

Will Richardson"s big shift is very informative and gives us ideas for teaching and learning with wikis in the very near future

Very easy to navigate.

In-depth and great wealth of professional blogs to view

 

 
Team 5

 Thank you for this introduction to a great new opportunity. I can think of all kinds of collaborative projects where wikis could foster communication -- and be accessible to everyone involved.

 

 

 

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