A place to post excellent wikis from teachers and students around the world.


No Teacher Left Behind - The Urgency Of Web 2.0 from Graham Wegner in Australia
"The changing information landscape of the 21st Century demands that our students develop new skills of information literacy and become knowledge producers as an integral component of their learning. But what of the professionals charged with these students' education? Can they be convinced of the need for personal change to keep pace with their students' world? Are they even aware of the exponential changes taking place? How would they get started in their classrooms?"

Institute for Connecting Teachers and Technology
Excellent resource for how teachers can use wikis in the classroom.

Educational Technology That Works from the Jordan School District in Utah
"CITW is a collection of effective strategies culled from a meta-analysis of decades of research on what works in classrooms to improve student learning and increase student achievement. This meta-analysis was conducted by Robert J. Marzano, Debra J. Pickering, and Jane E. Pollock. The purpose of this website is to provide a space to collect information about tools and strategies that combine the Nine Categories of Classroom Instruction That Works with Classroom/Web Technology Integration."

School Computing Wiki
Extensive resource on using technology in schools.

EduTech Wiki
EduTech Wiki is about Educational Technology and related fields. This "place" built at TECFA - an educational technology research and teaching unit at University of Geneva.

CogDogHouse Wiki from Alan Levine
This is an open wikispace I use for presentations and other activities to give folks a chance to toss some content, change mine, etc, old-school wiki stuff.

Open Project Development Wiki
"In this website, everyone can start a project. Yes, a real project to develop, with a precise goal, a project that can succeed or fail, a project that can be well- or bad organized, like every normal project... But with three revolutionary properties:
  1. Everyone in the world can join the projects and contribute with his own possibilities.
  2. The projects are organized and developed directly on the web.
  3. The projects are not isolated in different websites, but all reachable through an unique and organized wiki that categorizes them and lets important information about them be much easier to find.
All this means: If you want to do something, anything, you just have to open a project in this wiki, and like minded people from all over the world will be able to join you and to contribute to your project! Now just stop for a moment and think what could (and can) all be made with a world-known website of this kind."

Classroom Blogging from Tom Barrett in the UK
"I would like to collate suggestions, ideas, successes and thoughts regarding the varied uses and ways a weblog can enhance teaching and learning in a classroom. I would hope that this would become a useful list for other teachers about to develop a blog with their own class and something that they can begin with and develop from, in turn submitting their own ideas. This is not meant to be an exhaustive, comprehensive list - but somewhere that both the uninitiated and expert blogging teacher can see good ideas and develop them. Perhaps together we will stumble upon some great ideas..."

Classroom Google Earth from Tom Barrett in the UK
I would like this space to be somewhere that allows students, teachers and other colleagues to share classroom based resources and ideas for Google Earth.

Teaching with Thinking and Technology from Wedderburn College in Australia
This Teaching with Thinking and Technology wiki is designed to record and discuss work that teachers at Wedderburn P-12 College are doing in developing a curriculum that meets the academic, social and personal needs of the school.

One Laptop Per Child Wiki
This is the wiki for the One Laptop per Child association. The mission of this non-profit association is to develop a low-cost laptop—the "$100 Laptop"—a technology that could revolutionize how we educate the world's children. Our goal is to provide children around the world with new opportunities to explore, experiment, and express themselves.

The Teaching Hacks wiki by Quentin D'Souza - More resources about working with wikis than I could ever hope to compile.

May the Tech Be With You by April Chamberlin - Trussville City Schools wiki resource.

Wikis for and by students from schools around the world:

Check out this amazing high school wiki to get your thoughts percolating about how we can use this technology with our students.

Another awesome student run wiki on technology (from students at Shanghai American School).

Teaching with Technology Wiki from Wedderburn College in Australia

Immigration Wiki from Chris Craft's class in the US

Holes wiki by students at DIS, Dubai