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Michael D. Eisner College of Education

Contributions ot the Wiki


Contributions to the Wiki constitute a significant portion of your grade and provide resources that you and your colleagues can use to gain a deeper understanding of the course material and prepare for the final examination. Follow the guidelines for editing the wiki and provide links to your contributions:

  1. Links from your site - Please document your contributions in your own site by providing links in the "Contibutions" section at the top of your page.
  2. Links at the beginning of articles - This will help us quickely scan what is availble. Make sure to include your name and the title of your contribution (e.g. Norm Herr - Developing transfer skills)
  3. Hyperlinks from appropriate text in the articles, if appropriate. (e.g. .... much research needs to be done on the development of transfer skills so students can become adept at applying what they have learned in the science classroom to other fields such as music, art, mechanics, and history.)


Your contributions adhere to the following guidelines:

  1. You are free to comment on anything relevant to the topic. Try to chose topics and ideas that have not previously been discussed.
  2. You contributions should be expressed in your own words. Be thoughtful, concise and complete.
  3. Provide hyperlinks to appropriate online references or APA style references to paper references as necessary.
  4. Be prepared to discuss your contributions in class. We will discuss those contributions which best fit with the themes of the class sessions.
  5. There is no length requirement, but most contributions are about 2 paragraphs in length.