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Day 2:  Blogs and Wikis

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Food For Thought

Did You Know 3.0 

 

Wikis

Wikis in Plain English

 

Wikispaces - A fairly good wiki site. 

PBWorks - Better than Wikispaces.  Very user friendly.  It's what you are looking at right now!  Check out the PBWorks Educator Community Site for ideas on how to use a wiki in your classroom.

50 Ways to Use Wikis for a More Collaborative and Interactive Classroom

Wikis We All Know

Classroom Wiki Examples:  Mr. Boyers 5th Grade ClassMiller's English 10 Resource Wiki, and Mrs. Shanahan's Wiki

 

Blogs

Blogs in Plain English   

 

Blogger - The most widely used blogging service.  Tons of features.

Wordpress - Another very widely used blogging service.

Edublogs - Lets you easily create & manage teacher blogs, quickly customize designs, and include videos, photos & podcasts.  Great for communicating with parents and students.

Kidblog - Have your students create their own blogs.  Use them in place of journals or other writing activities.  Kids love to write online when they know they will have an audience.  You can also embed any glogs, vokis, prezis, or videos your students create

Blog Examples:  Miller's English 10 Classroom BlogGladly Would I Teach, Mr. Cappello's Online Classroom, Mrs. Gay's Science Wiki, and Your English Class

 

List of great Blogs

 

Educational Technology Blogs

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