WikWiki Table of Contents
1. Simple Demonstration of How a Wiki Works (YouTube)
2. Wiki Walk Through: Teachers First: Thinking Teachers Teaching Thinkers
3. Wikipedia – The Free Encyclopedia that Anyone can Edit
4. Top 10 Sites for Creating a Wiki
5. Educational Wiki Sites:
. Educational Wikis
. Wikispaces Classroom/Wikispaces Campus
Simple demonstration of how a Wiki Works
Wiki Walk Through: Teachers First: Thinking Teachers Teaching Thinkers
Wikipedia – The Free Encyclopedia that Anyone can Edit
Top 10 Sites for Creating a Wiki
Wikispaces: http://www.wikispaces.com/ PBworks: http://pbworks.com/ Wet Paint: http://wikisineducation.wetpaint.com/ ZoHo Wiki: https://www.zoho.com/wiki/ Freedomshare: http://freedomshare.eu/ Wikia: http://www.wikia.com/Wikia Wikispot: http://wikispot.org/Create_a_wiki Wiki-Site: http://www.wiki-site.com/index.php/Wiki_Creation_-_Create_A_Wiki_For_Free%21 Weebly: http://education.weebly.com/ Google-Sites: https://sites.google.com/?pli=1
Description: Exciting Wiki for those educators wishing to engage students with 21st Century skills, Project Based Learning, and NET-S standards on the cheap. There really are lots of great things out there you can incorporate inexpensively. This Wiki provides links that will take you to my growing list along with documents made by the author representing great ideas and lessons to incorporate engaging activities that promote achievement.
Description: Get your students excited about learning in a modern, easy-to-use environment with the web tools they know and love
If you’re an administrator looking to provide wikis to an entire school, district, or university, you want Wikispaces Campus.