Techn'Teach: miBug 2015 Spring Conference

Using Blogs and Wikis to Organize

Student Presentations and Group Papers

We encourage you to explore and share this site.


Who: Dr. Julia VanderMolen, Assitant Professor Allied Health Sciences
When: March, 2015
Where: Grand Rapids, MI

Session Handout: Using Blogs and Wikis to Organize Student Presentations and Group Papers pdf format


Abstract

Blogs help students develop and improve fluency with thinking. Wikis can help student to collaborate and edit group papers. They allow students to discover new ideas and relationships between concepts and finally, get their mind going to generate and organize their thought processes, new ideas and information.


Session Objectives

  • Objective 1: add
  • Objective 2: add
  • Objective 3: add

References

VanderMolen, J. (2015). Using Blogs to Organize Student Presentations. Online Classroom: Ideas for Effective Online Instruction, 15(1), 8-8.
ipad image of website

Top Three Web 2.0 Tools of the Week

Why do we like Web 2.0 tools for teaching. Online tools and resources have made it easier for teachers to instruct students, and for students to collaborate with teachers and with other their peers

 

Top Ten Tools (3T)

the number 3

Do you have a site or app you would like to share. Tell us how you used it in the classroom and win a prize.

Submit a Site

Other Sites

Learn more about other educational technology organizations.

View More

About

Use the QR Code to learn more about Techn'Teach.

View More