Jason Spivey and James Brightman Speak at Wikispaces April Education Webinar

Join Wikispaces for our April Education Webinar on Monday April 13th at 4pm PST. Our education webinar series is designed to help teachers learn how to begin a wiki in their classroom, take advantage of features on Wikispaces, and meet other educators doing interesting things with wikis.

Our guest speakers will be Jason Spivey and James Brightman of the Korea International School in Seoul. They are both high school social studies teachers using their classroom wikis to engage students in collaborative online projects, encourage peer-review of each other’s work, and more.

For more information and to register for the event, visit: http://wikispacesineducation0904-2.eventbrite.com.

Update: If you weren’t able to make it to this webinar event, you can find a recording of the event here.

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