• 21centuryedtech Wiki - Author Michael Gorman shares a wealth of resources that are free and inexpensive allowing educators to transform their classrooms for 21st century learning
  • ColoradoLearns This wiki is an extension of the Navigator Project, which brought together Colorado policymakers, educators, and other education stakeholders in June 2007 to build a consensus on 21st century learning
  • Jason Welker's Wikinomics This is an AP Economics wiki shared between Zurich Int'l and Shanghai American Int'l Schools
  • MSAD21 Spanish Wiki This is an example of modern language learning in a wiki-centric classroom.
  • Jessica Minick's AP Lit Wiki This is an AP Lit wiki that was created by students since there was no textbook that could handle the content.
  • Mrs. Clark Evans "Teacher's Edition" Wiki - The intention of this wikispace is to provide information, but also a place to learn and share ideas about my courses, 10th grade British literature and 11th grade American literature. (Miguel Guhlin)
  • Primary Math A collaborative, multi-school elementary math wiki (Canada)
  • Traditions A primary wiki
  • The 100th Day Project
  • Mrs. Lowe's 4th Grade Class, Missouri History Chapter Wiki - A review of Chapter 3 of Missouri Then & Now.
  • Mules Reading Group - Mrs. Lowe's 4th Grade Class
  • Where the Red Fern Grows Book Study Wiki - Parent and Student Book Study. Mrs. Lowe's 4th Grade Class.
  • McWhorter Elementary Wiki
  • Loft Conversions St Albans
  • Timeline of U.S. Presidents wiki - A second grade classroom wiki created to compare and illustrate the changes in modes of communication and transportation over time and present biographical information about each U.S. president.
  • Track Event Pages (Seymour High School)
  • British Romanticism Wiki - a humanities-based overview of the British Romantic era, researched and presented by 11th & 12th grade Honors English students
  • Bariexca.net - a wiki used as a teacher website hosting (homework assignments, links to articles & documents, etc.).
  • Brush Schools - a "curriculum management system wiki" (Miguel Guhlin)
  • WikiMatrix - allows users to compare nearly 100 wiki services and their features side-by-side. Includes popular services such as PBWiki, Wikia, and Wikispaces, as well as several lesser-known wikis.
  • Southparkcicadas Wiki - (Dave Sherman) The mid-western US was "invaded" by the 17 year cicadas this past spring. I used a Wiki to engage the students and teachers in our elementary school in the study of this fascinating natural phenomenon. my goal was to create our own school "cicadapedia" with students providing the information. This was purely optional, and any student or teacher could participate.
  • 4th Grade Wiki examples (Dave Sherman) - The students in Sue Barwick's 4th grade class really got excited about the Wikis. Here are some outstanding examples of student work on a Wiki that is directly connected to the curriculum. Students were adding information on their own, without the teacher asking them to.
  • The HSTE Project- The HSTE Project will be a Project Based Learning experience for all students enrolled in Health Science Technology Education classes at Hereford High School for the 2008 - 2009 school year.
  • Kinder Math Trails - I am looking for teachers to add to a Math Trail wiki for kindergarten students. Each month a new problem will be posted that can be investigated in your school, playground, or surrounding neighborhood. (Miguel Guhlin)
  • Wiki instructions/uses -- (Carolyn Foote) For a workshop, includes handouts on using pbwiki and wetpaint; ways to use wikis; links to examples of high school uses
  • Wiki Basics from TeachersFirst.com http://www.teachersfirst.com/content/wiki/ (Margie Brown)
  • Room 9 site http://room9nelsoncentral.blogspot.com/ Click the Class wiki link on the right to see what 7 and 8 year olds in New Zealand are doing with wikis. (Margie Brown) I follow this site with my Reader, they post often.
  • Grazing for Digital Natives (Jen Dorman) - This is a professional development resource for teachers seeking to incorporate technology intro their teaching. Topics include: blogs, podcasts, wikis, digital storytelling, and social learning.
  • The Lower Pioneer Valley Educational Collaborative wiki has been growing quickly. We are bringing teachers and staff along with a four week wiki workshop. The Professional Learning Community is using the wiki to communicate with each other.
  • Cheerleading. Student created page. Lots of data.
  • KS3 Maths SoW - (Dan Stucke) A scheme of work on a wiki for a Maths department in Manchester, England, teaching 11-14 year olds with these resources
  • School staff wiki-(Kelly Christopherson) this is the wiki of our staff where we share information, news, memo information and upcoming events. It has cut down on the number of emails and increased our ability to coordinate events.
  • Science Rules - This is our virtual classroom and a place to explore our solar system. (Miguel GuhlinPort Wine)
  • Social wiki - (Kelly Christopherson) a wiki that was used during the student of Medieval Europe. Students added information and shared discussions.
  • Collaboration Nation (Paul Bogush) Our class wiki used for 8th Grade Social Studies.
  • Learning Latin America (Kristin Hokanson) 9th Grade Humanities classes collaborated to demonstrate and teach their understanding of Latin America.
  • Principals of the Future (Blair Peterson) a wiki with resources for principals of technology-rich schools who wish to be visionaries, change agents, modelers, managers and instructional leaders.
  • From Jerusalem to Montreal - A collaborative project between Neveh Channah High School students (Israel) and LCC (Montreal) - (Karen Guth, Reuven Werber, Sharon Peters)
  • VoiceThread 4 Education - Wiki made by Colette Cassinelli with examples from K-16, Admin, EdTech, Library, ESL/EFL - all submitted by teachers. Includes section of Best Practices.
  • Arbor Heights Elementary - school website is a wiki
  • Study Guide for The Secret Life of Bees novel Student created wiki with two Australian classes collaborating with the help of a teacher from South Carolina
  • Turningonwiki- a step by step guide to starting a wiki in your language arts classroom by Erica Hartman and Patrick Chodkiewicz. This wiki provides strategies for using a wiki for instruction, assessment, and virtual student collaboration.
  • Better in the middle We hope this site aids in the transition from Elementary to Middle School for parents, students, educators, and administrators. Created by Erica Hartman and Fran Schlenoff,
  • Teaching and Learning with Web 2.0 A survey of popular tools and resources, an examination of issues and trends, and a focus on learning to effectively integrate Web 2.0 technologies and principles with teaching and learning. The emphasis will be on K-12 education but accommodations can be made for individuals from other fields. Dr. Clif Mims
  • Bering Strait School District Collaborative Curriculum - This is a standards-based, K-12 curriculum built by BSSD's teachers, students and visitors. The wiki has about 10,000 pages currently, and includes over 2,500 resources uploaded. The curriculum is Open Content and in official use.
  • St. Fran├žois Xavier Community School Wiki - This wiki was created as the school web page that would allow collaborative and prompt input for teachers.
  • Free Movie Download
  • ART TALK is a wiki for anyone who wants to share ideas and resources for facilitating the production, understanding of, and responding to visual art in the Kindergarten to College Classroom. This wiki includes ideas about creativity, awesome artists, production processes, and copyright.
  • The Southfield Christian school Wiki is a virtual extension of the physical classroom designed to foster greater discussion and collaboration between teachers and students. The 2009-2010 school year was the inception year of the wiki and saw many teachers jump on board.

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