Using Wikis in the Classroom
There are many ways to use wikis with students. Here are just a few...
- class debates and discussions
- sharing resources
- to chronicle work performed on group projects
- creating a "wikibook" or "e-zine"
- creating electronic portfolios
- literature circles or book talks
- peer editing

Here are a few great examples of how some of our Lakeside teachers are already using wikis with their students:

http://mixonenglish11.wikispaces.com/
http://seniorpoetry3.wikispaces.com/
http://ap408-booktalk.wikispaces.com/
http://literature-circles11-03.wikispaces.com/
http://adollshousepage.wikispaces.com/

Take a look at these for other examples:
Student Portfolios - http://gsuportfolioaprilrogers.wikispaces.com/
Science Teachers Sharing Site - http://cffscience.wikispaces.com/
Interactive Teacher Web Page - http://bennatti-science.wikispaces.com/ , http://cbrown-socialstudies.wikispaces.com/ ,
Class Blog - http://missbakersbiologyclasswiki.wikispaces.com/