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Instructions for Facilitators

Page history last edited by Anita Brooks Kirkland 12 years, 3 months ago

Facilitators can use this wiki to:

  • share resources related and links to help CATC Campers learn about technology and its integration into teaching
  • model the use of collaborative web spaces like wikis
  • showcase projects
  • help CATC Campers to contribute to the wiki

 

Please remember that while this wiki provides a fun and lively place to learn, it is also a learning space created under the auspices of the WRDSB. Content should reflect this balance.

 

To start:

  • Ask for permission to join the wiki. You will be added as a writer.
  • Please use our learning sandbox, The Beach, to learn more about the wiki platform yourself. You will find instructions on The Beach page
  • Once you have become more familiar with the wiki environment, you can start building content in the Resources and the Camp Project Pages areas of the wiki

 

Resources:

  • This area is for sharing resources that would be helpful to CATC Campers. These may include notes that you have created, or links to outside sites. Please include only content that you have the right to share: do not upload content that is protected by terms of copyright.
  • Create a new page for a new topic, or add content to an existing page. Please do not edit or delete others' work.
  • Add your page to the Resources folder.
  • Create a link to your page on the Contents list on the main Resources page.
  • Be sure that your page includes a link to the wiki FrontPage and to the main Resources page.

 

Camp Project Pages:

  • This area is for sharing and highlighting projects created at CATC Camp. This may include models that you have created yourself, or  camper projects.
  • You may add camper projects, with the camper's permission. Campers may also add content to the Camp Project Pages after getting login information from Anita Brooks Kirkland, and after becoming familiar with the wiki environment by playing on The Beach.
  • Create a new page for a project area or for a particular project, or add content to an existing page. Please do not edit or delete others' work.
  • Add your page to the Camp Project Pages folder.
  • Create a link to your page on the Contents list on the Camper Project Pages.
  • Be sure that your page includes a link to the wiki FrontPage and to the Camper Project Pages.

 

The Rules for Wiki Use page provides some guidelines that teachers might use with students when using wikis in instruction. We can consider these rules as valid for this project.

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