Wikis: A Virtual Think, Pair, Share Strategy for the Classroom
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Barnhill, A. & LeSage-Clements, T. (2012). Wikis: A Virtual Think, Pair, Share Strategy for the Classroom. In P. Resta (Ed.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2012 (pp. 135-138). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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This roundtable topic will focus on how wikis have been utilized as a Think, Pair, Share tool in the university classroom. The Think, Pair, Share strategy is a student-centered instructional approach that can and has been used in preschool through college level traditional classrooms. The strategy will be described during the presentation, and a discussion and demonstration of how wikis have been used to promote the Think, Pair, Share strategy will entail. Examples of a variety of wikis will be presented to promote understanding of the topic in this presentation.
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