Description


moz-screenshot-19.jpgAssessment Collaboration and Peer Review (1/2 day workshop) - Unleash the powerful cooperative learning environment of wikis in your classroom. Lean how to use, assess, and coordinate wiki projects. Learn how to integrate a wiki with your blog and the strategies for effective peer review. After understanding basics, learn how the presenter coordinated award winning classroom wiki projects with classrooms in five countries and the Flat Classroom project with a classroom in Bangladesh which won first place in ISTE"s SIGTel Telelearning Award 2007.

Links to Backchannel


This is the live, archivable chat. Prior to the session, a link will be posted to the live chat room. After the session, a copy of the archived chat will be posted here.
Our Backchannel chat for this session is at http://www.chatzy.com/492808953110 password: coolcat


Handouts



Slides


The slides are also available at Slideshare.net and embedded below. All slide presentations I have given may be found at http://www.slideshare.net/coolcatteacher



Notes taken by backchannel expert, Michael Bachrodt. Thank you!
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=ah4zsdj46b66_592cv3ttrdt

How to attend this session if you're not at the conference


Some sessions I give are live streamed via my webcam. If we experience difficulties, we will not stream, however, feel free to join the chat above. The monitored, archived backchannel chat will not be at ustream, but at the chatzy link above.

This will be streamed live on ustream at http://ustream.tv/channel/cool-cat-teacher-tv. The TV may not be that great, but you can listen to the audio and then see the live presentation in the google presentation. If you have a gmail account, you may also participate in the live chat (or backchannel.) This also allows you to receive links and share thoughts with others.

Other Hyperlinks




Class Wiki

(Winner Wikispace of the Month December 2005)

Flat Classroom Project

(winner ISTE’s Online Learning Award 2007, Taking IT Global’s Online Learning Award 2007, Edublog Best Wiki Award 2006, included in Thomas Friedman’s Book The World is Flat v. 3 pages 501-503.)
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