Welcome to the Web in the Classroom Wiki.

This wiki is maintained by Lesley Edwards. I use it as a resource for the workshops I give to teachers using technology in their classrooms. At present I am not accepting any other members with editing privileges.
Hopefully you will find the information here useful. I often add items of interest as I come across them so keep checking back.
Use the menu (on the left) to access different page sections as they correspond with the book "Web in the Classroom".
Thanks for stopping by.

Inspiration! Motivation!

Richmond Sept. 4, 2008 resources.

Word Training Quick Reference Card

Survey for Surrey Workshop April 8, 2008

Thanks to all who contributed. You were a great group to work with. Click here if you wanted the acronym examples (Net LIngo), or here for the we used.

Resources and Links

Which of these skills do you have? Which have your students mastered?

Research Recipe wiki created by Mary Frazier with a focus on research process tools.
Report: Canadian Teenagers are Leading the Online Revolution? Maybe not...
Pam Berger's Learning in the Web2.0 World. She discusses the skills needed for students to succeed: Graphic literacy, Navigation, Context, Skepticism, Focus, Ethical Behavior
Putting the Pieces Together: Integrating technology with Marzano's instructional strategies
Integrating Technology into the Classroom using Instructional Strategies based on Marzano
David Warlick's A Path to Becoming a Literate Educator

Other Places I Share:

The WebFooted BookLady
On Twitter
Additional Resources will be found at del.icio.us . Look in the side bar for the WicWorkshops heading.