In the interest if spurring my students' motivation to write through providing them with authentic and interactive audiences, I'd like to collaborate with any high school teachers across the seas. Hawai'i is the most isolated archipeligo in the world and I'm interested in exploring ways that a wiki might be used to further student collaboration.
Teachers Teaching Teachers #29
November 15, 2006
Paul Allison calls in from the airport in Atlanta on the way to Nashville for the annual meeting of The National Writing Project and Susan Ettenheim, Teb Locke, Madeline Brownstone and Lee Baber host a conversation about this week's challenges with students and online communication and collaboration. Sharon Peters shares her first adventures as her students join in the online conversation. Teb shares a very exciting discovery about introducing the mapping projects into the wiki. Here is an example of wiki with an embedded media player: http://theneighborhoodschool.org/wiki/index.php?title=Madison%2C_CT
Our guest was Ramit Sehti, co-founder of PBWiki. Our discussion included uses of wiki's in education, a newsbreaking announcement, how to balance commercial activities with serving the educational community, and what's on the horizon for PBWiki.
Nov. 30 Update: For a transcript on another extensive interview with Ramit, check out Cody McKibben's interview, Ramit Sethi Will Not Only Teach You To Be Crazy Rich...
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