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Wiki With Us

 

 'Inquiry learning is a social process in which students learn from each other in a community of learners."

  Carol Kuhlthau Guided Inquiry;Learning in the 21st Century

 


 

Companion Wiki to the Ontario Library Association Super Conference 2008 Pre-Conference Session 21, Wiki With Us

 

Presenters:

Carol Koechlin

Education Consultant & Author of Beyond Bird Units, Q-Tasks.

Anita Brooks Kirkland

Library Consultant, Information Technology Services, Waterloo Region District School Board.

 

Session Description:

Working and learning together in a Web2 environment is empowering for all learners. In this session we will build an understanding together of how the wiki can be used to engage students in collaborative knowledge building. No previous knowledge of a wiki is necessary for this workshop. We will cover the basics of wiki design and move into application of Think Models that make the best use of this unique learning environment.

 


Table of Contents

 

About the Read-Write Web

21st Century Learning

Learners Today

Big Shifts

Think Models

Wiki Sites

Building Understanding

Resources

 

The Sandbox

 

 

Comments (3)

Anonymous said

at 2:01 pm on Jan 30, 2008

great slides from powerpoint that were uploaded

Anita Brooks Kirkland said

at 3:55 pm on Feb 1, 2008

Gee, Thanks!

Carol Koechlin said

at 7:46 pm on Feb 2, 2015


Explore Leading Learning:Standards of Practice for School Library Learning Commons in Canada
http://clatoolbox.ca/casl/slic/llsop.pdf

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