I am putting together a presentation for my school on why teachers should consider using wikis and blogs.  As part of my presentation I wish to provide some examples of great classroom wikis.  May I please get some links from teachers of your wikis, so that I can use them as examples of why my peers should consider utilizing wikis?  I am sure other teachers visiting this discussion would like to see your sites, as well.  Thank you!

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I have created a wiki called "Novel Study" which can be used by High School and middle school Language Arts/Reading teachers to combine both literature and grammar skills using the novel they are reading in class.
yeah you can use mine rsheffer.wikispaces.com, although the kids didn't go into there as much as I would have liked.
I hope to do it a bit better next year...
Please tell me what you think .

If you go to my classroom blog and look in the right sidebar under "International Projects" you'll see links to four wikis I've used for various purposes this year.
I teach 6th grade Science, a CSI elective class for 7th and 8th graders. I also am the Title VII (Native American) administrator for our after school program.



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