Monday, March 31, 2008

Using wikis with your students

Integrating new and powerful tools with your students can be a bit challenging (even though it's incredibly rewarding as well)... Finding this resource on Educational Wikis prompted me post to RETA Moodle.. and so I repost here:

The educators wiki at rocks.

Here are some valuable resources you'll want to use as you implement wikis and other collaborative read/write tools with your students.

How do you protect your students with these type of tools?

What kinds of expectations/etiquette can you suggest for your students when they use wikis?

Best practices & more...

Go check it out! Contribute and share.

Have a great eLearning moment today,
While we are on the topic - don't forget about tomorrows RETA Webinar on wikis in the classroom...

We encourage you to send this information to other teachers.

This is a reminder that you are invited to Wikis in the Classroom I, which is due to start at Tuesday 1 April 2008, 04:30 PM - 05:30 PM.

Below are the event details and instructions for participating:
Event: Wikis in the Classroom I
Description: Wikis are extremely useful tools for doing everything from helping you easily create web sites to providing your students with an engaging collaborative workspace. Yet, choosing the right wiki from among all those available can be quite challenging and time-consuming. In this webinar, you will explore a few different wikis and learn how to choose a wiki that’s appropriate to your class needs.
When: Tuesday 1 April 2008, 04:30 PM - 05:30 PM

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Have a cup of coffee, invite a colleague and raise your eQ (eLearning Quotient) with us.

Thank you,
The RETA Webinar Team

1 comment:

Mrs. Johnson said...

The webinar was great. Full of ideas and examples. I tried but was very disappointed in all the advertising and popups. I think I will stick with PBWiki!