Category:WikiSkills Handbook

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This handbook is meant to be a practical guide to help educators of all type (teachers, trainers) bring their public in using wikis and wiki-like tools for their learning activities, through the use of customized wiki-based learning scenarios, for their socio-professional development.

The handbook has been developed in the context of the WikiSkills European project, which aims to apply the benefits of wikis to promote educational lifelong learning opportunities.
The project's goals are the following:

  • Provide opportunities for meaningful collaborative learning activities;
  • Promote digital literacy, as well as social skills, writing skills and critical thinking;
  • Develop a sustainable virtual community of practice among the different project countries;
  • Enable educational communities to contribute to the actual information society;
  • Empower civic behaviours, social inclusion, employability and cultural understanding.
  • WikiSkills promotes innovative pedagogical approaches that foster creativity, competitiveness, employability and entrepreneurial spirit, equity, social cohesion and active citizenship.

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  1. WikiSkills Handbook/Cover
  2. WikiSkills Handbook/Acknowledgements
  3. WikiSkills Handbook/Collaboration Key Competencies
  4. WikiSkills Handbook/Training Wiki Gardener
  5. WikiSkills Handbook/Wikinomics Training practices
  6. WikiSkills Handbook/WikiSkills Training scenarios
  7. WikiSkills Handbook/Other resources
  8. WikiSkills Handbook/FAQ
  9. WikiSkills Handbook/Badges
  10. WikiSkills Handbook/The tools we use
  1. WikiSkills Handbook/Cover
  2. WikiSkills Handbook/Acknowledgements
  3. WikiSkills Handbook/Badges
  4. WikiSkills Handbook
  5. WikiSkills Handbook/Other resources
  6. WikiSkills Handbook/The WikiSkills training approach
  7. WikiSkills Handbook/WikiSkills Training scenarios
  8. WikiSkills Handbook/Wiki culture and application to learning contexts
  9. WikiSkills Handbook/Wikinomics Training practices
  10. WikiSkills Handbook/The WikiSkills training curriculum

The following 18 pages are in this category, out of 18 total.