A Wiki.. 3 Steps…and Much More

I have been enjoying reading all your comments and clicking on all your links to the last few blog posts.  Today, I was able to read NY DEN Member Tracy Standhart’s WIKI titled "I Learn You Learn We Learn" and PA DEN Member Jennifer Dorman’s WIKI…  I was very impressed on how well they organized all the information that so many teachers are always asking about re: Web 2.0, Digital Learners, Digital Storytelling, Wikis, Podcasts, Blogs, and what it means to the classroom. 

Anyone trying to justify all these cutting edge technologies to your administrators… take them here…. and here…Anyone wanting to see how to organize your media, handouts, etc for professional development sessions in the 07/08 school year or need lists of great Web 2.0 tools… go hereand here 

They have managed to embed quite a few TERRIFIC Teacher Tube and You Tube videos that address many of these issues.  I am embedding one of my new favorite ones below! 

Thanks Tracy and Jennifer!


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  1. Karen C. Seddon said:

    Great job, Jannita, gathering these sites and resources. We are so excited because we have our first District meeting from wikis next week and these great example will really help! Our first wiki is for teachers who went through the Florida Digital Educator camps this summer and we have over 20 different authors to date.



  2. Susan Tompkins said:

    I have seen and even used some of the videos to inspire colleagues to challenge the thought: “I’ve always done it this way.” These are profound examples of why we are educators, and especially Discovery Educators! Thanks for taking the time to gather them in one place.

  3. Teryl Magee - TN DEN LC, Chair said:

    Wow! If these don’t inspire I don’t know what will!

  4. stacy kasse said:

    I hope we can show this to those teachers who still insist that “a talking teacher is a good teacher.” Good message.

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