Formazion/campagna EduWiki

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Incontra i formatori di tutto il mondo che condividono le loro strategie di utilizzo di Wikipedia in classe

Benvenuta, benvenuto nella Campagna WikiEdu!  Siamo lieti che tu sia qui.

Vogliamo sfidare la tradizionale impostazione educativa. Nella comunità EduWiki crediamo che scrivere voci sia apprendere. Se Crei nel cambiare facendo, sei nel luogo corretto!

L'obiettivo di questa campagna globale è di coinvolgere i docenti ai usare i progetti di Wikimedia in classe, in particolare Wikipedia. Con questo obiettivo, abbiamo disegnato quattro diverse lezioni per consentirti di scegliere la migliore per la tua classe e provarla con i tuoi studenti.

This is a chance for you to get to know more about the Wikimedia Education Program, the Education Collaborative, and get some hands-on practice with tested activities. Your work can advance digital literacy in education and strengthen the connections of our international community.

Join the campaign from September 4 to October 31.

Join this campaign!

Follow these steps:
1. If you don't have one already, create a Wiki account.
2. Register by filling out this form. You can also sign with your user name on this page.
3. Choose a lesson plan to use in your classroom.
4. Report back using this form!

Don't forget to spread the word about the campaign on social media! Use the hashtag #EduWiki.

Lesson Plans

→ Resources for all lesson plans

Why join the campaign?


Q: What skills will my students gain through these lesson plans?

A: Through these lessons, the skills that students will learn are lasting: not only will they gain the technical knowledge of learning how to edit a page, they will also learn the values of collaborating with others, using free licenses, and practicing the values of the Wikimedia movement’s culture.

Q: What does edit mean on Wikimedia projects?

A: The definition of an “edit” on Wikipedia is not limited to editing text on a page—it can also mean adding images and references, translating, or creating content.

Q: What materials will I need to support this campaign in my classroom?

A: Educators will need a computer with Internet connection, a Wiki account, and one or more lesson plans. Students will each need a computer with Internet connection and a Wiki account.

Q: I’m unconvinced that Wikipedia assignments would be better for my students than traditional assignments.

A: Students polled preferred a Wikipedia assignment to a traditional assignment.

Q: There are a lot of vandals on Wikipedia. My students might encounter incorrect information on an article.

A: Wikipedia has an elaborate system for detecting and discouraging vandals and vandalism.

For the full FAQ, click here.

Who's behind the campaign

See the full community of Collab leaders here.

Examples of past & current education programs