Thursday, June 23, 2011

Teaching Tip - Using Wikis (and Google Docs) in Online and Face-to-Face Classrooms

The Pre-Wiki Time Period...


I hope all of you are having a wonderful morning! Over the summer, I have been reading different blogs and tweets related to technology and teaching undergraduate students. I have been writing several of these ideas for the fall semester in my Levenger notebook (a really neat organizational tool).

Here's a wiki focused on wikis in higher education! -

Recently, I discovered an older blog post related to wikis and their use in the educational setting (K-12 and higher education). This post from 2008 is still relevant in 2011 and it has some great ideas for education professionals! 

My favorite tips from the list:

1. Student Portfolios

2. Fan Clubs

3. Literature Circles

4. Classroom FAQ

5. Make Website Creation Easier for Stuents

Here's the link to the list - 50 Ways to Use Wikis for a More Collaborative and Interactive Classroom

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