It's time to play with wikis. Ready to get a bit dirty? Great!

Quick Write (add to this during the workshop)

What do we already know about wikis?

anyone can have access, anyone can alter the content. problem is that information not always reliable.
Testing

What questions do we have about wikis?
how can we use it in the classroom?
how can we use these in the classroom?


General wikis:


Wikis in education:


Some specific examples:
http://realisticvisions.wikispaces.com/
-damian's on Native Americans
http://www.hcss-wiki.org/
-damian on pyschology reources
http://willrichardson.wikispaces.com/
-about how the read/write web changes everything
http://firstday.wikispaces.com/
-wiki about the first day of class
http://honorsbrit.wikispaces.com/Cymraeg
-to set up a conversation with a guest speaker
http://libraryzone.wikispaces.com/
-Dana Dukic, presenting here at HK 21st century learning, library professional development
http://newliteracy.wikispaces.com/
-ISB Thailand, Tech curriculum standards
http://welkerswikinomics.wetpaint.com/
-Jason Welker's wiki for AP Econ courses


(this section will be completed during the workshop)
Our favorite wiki pages are:

Costs of using a wiki in the classroom:

Benefits of using a wiki in the classroom:

Questions we still have about wikis: