Summer 2011 - Say Yes to Wikipedia!

Presenters:

Philip Cummings, M.Ed. & Julie Forbess, Ph.D.

Millington Central High School, Millington, TN

Room: E1129


Presentation Slides: http://bit.ly/SayYes2Wikipedia
Resources (Philip's Diigo): http://bit.ly/YesWikipedia

Contact information:
Philip Cummings, M.Ed.
Presbyterian Day School
pcummings(at)pdsmemphis(dot)org
Twitter: @Philip_Cummings
http://pgcummings.wordpress.com
http://notyetfullytrained.posterous.com

Julie Forbess, Ed.D.
Millington Central High School
jforbess(at)scsk12(dot)org
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/julie-forbess/8/4b0/a10

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Fall 2010 - Say Yes to Wikipedia!



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Say Yes to Wikipedia Presentation Links


Resources for "Say Yes to WIkipedia"Room: E1130
Philip Cummings Co-Presenter: Julie Forbess Millington Central High School Shelby County Schools Millington, TN
Description of Presentation:Students can use Wikipedia to develop critical thinking skills through authentic learning and real-life research and publishing.Grade Range: Middle School, High SchoolContent Area: Math, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Music, Art, Graphic Design, Foreign Language, TechnologyTarget Audience: Teachers, Librarians, Media SpecialistsTwitter ID: @Philip_CummingsLink to Website: http://is.gd/3P4skLink to Blog: http://pgcummings.wordpress.comDescription of Presentation: Students can use Wikipedia to develop critical thinking skills through authentic learning and real-life research and publishing.Grade Range: Middle School, High SchoolContent Area: Math, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Music, Art, Graphic Design, Foreign Language, TechnologyTarget Audience: Teachers, Librarians, Media SpecialistsTwitter ID: @Philip_CummingsLink to Website: http://is.gd/3P4skLink to Blog: http://pgcummings.wordpress.com