A Wiki is a social networking site for the creation and editing of a series of interlinked Web pages.

Wikis in Plain English

Why Use Wikis?

Wikis for Teachers

Getting Started

Wiki Resources for Further Exploration

Wikis in the Classroom
What Can We Do with Wikis?
Working on a Wiki for using wikis with students
Grazing for Digital Natives
Wikispaces Blog
Wikis in the Classroom
...a Wiki from Harrison Middle School, Yarmouth, ME
Wikis in the Classroom
.....from Clarkstown Central School District
Wikis in Education
Why Wikis?
Wikis in the Classroom
...from WetPaint
Educational Wikis
Wikis in the Classroom
Wikis in the K-12 Classroom
School Computing Wiki
..."A collaborative guide to information technology in K-12 schools that anyone can edit"
The Lunchbox Project ..."An international language learning project for K-3 studentsVoices of the World
..."The project connect children in Europe using their voice and their own language.
Since...2007, children from around the world have 'Let Their Voice Be Heard'."
Social Networking for Teachers

Creating a Wikispaces Wiki
Directions for creating and editing a Wiki account
Getting Tricky with Wikis
PBWorks Video Tutorials

Integration Ideas

50 Ways to Use Wikis for a More Collaborative and Interactive Classroom
Classroom Examples
The Write On Project..."a collaborative writing project involving ten classes
of third, fourth, and fifth grade students around the United States
Virtual Worlds Wiki...high school wiki for a Vitural Worlds course
Mr Armstrong's U.S. History Wiki
Shakespeare~Henry IV, Part 1
Animal elementary school Wiki
Fun Words...interesting Wiki for learning vocabulary words
students used GoAnimate to create video interpretation of vocab words

Examples of Wikis from Wellesley Middle School
Mr. Nichols' Wiki (powerful example of embedded podcasts)
House M Mythology Wiki
Cluster M Social Studies Wiki
Social Studies with Ms Karol
Las Comidas (Foods of Spanish Speaking Countries)
Grade 6 Math Lab