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20+ Educational Wikis that Wow!

by Shelly Terrell

23 June 2012 in category: Wikis

July 2nd to 16th is our online 2 week short Wiki e-course which familiarizes teachers with various Wiki platforms and creation tools. Participants will learn how to create and utilize Wikis for teaching and learning.  The course will be taught by the incredible Carol Rainbow. Below is a list of Wikis we enjoy and hope you will find useful. Please feel free to add your Wiki to the list by listing in the comments. We’d love to share your example with our participants.

Add your wiki to the list by leaving a comment below. We will update the list to include your wiki!

Comments (2)

  • Elaine Habernig - 24 June 2012

    My Technology Page has resources for Pre-K - 12 listed by grade level and subject.
  • Keith Schoch - 26 June 2012

    I've compiled a few great reading and writing sites for students at http://digitaldialogue.pbworks.com. The 20+ sites are well annotated, with suggested lesson connections and additional content resources.

    You might also want to check out my students' electronic portfolios archived at http://rlasharespace2012.wikispaces.com. Shows how by using student codes and simple tables, all work can be easily organized. The Teacher Notes page at that site explains each assignment in some detail. Our class site, which acts as a portal for all other assignments, is also frequently used.

    Finally, I archived some free resources and blogs for teachers at another wiki. These are materials most often requested by teachers after reading one of my blogs or attending a workshop.

    Thanks for compiling these sites!

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