Help wanted: Moving Forward classroom wiki and podcast projects

Although we need some more lists of subject-specific blogs (which I’ll work on in future posts), the blogs page of the Moving Forward wiki is basically a pretty solid resource right now. The wiki and podcast pages, however, could use some work…

If you know of an exemplary K-12 classroom wiki or podcast project, would you add the link to the appropriate wiki page?


[The Moving Forward wiki houses a collection of resources to help presenters and change agents as they help move schools and universities forward into the 21st century. If you have a resource to add, please do so!]

2 Responses to “Help wanted: Moving Forward classroom wiki and podcast projects”

  1. I’m not sure whether our efforts would be what you’re looking for, but we’ve done blogging in the 7th grade classroom, made video book trailers (which can be accessed from the blog portal to their individual blogs, which you can access from the blog roll to the right), and we experimented with a wiki, creating a dictionary of invented phobias (to learn about the parts of a dictionary definition, roots, prefixes etc. and create stories or anecdotes related… and learn to navigate a wiki. I also use a wiki to do online tutoring with students, but I can’t really open those for public observation.

    Our blogs can be accessed from the portal here:

    our wiki can be accessed here:


  2. Hi Scott,

    I’m wondering where Moving Forward has been all my life! What a fantastic resource!

    My students worked on this page over the last year.

    Should I joint moving forward and add it myself? Thanks!

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