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Last edited on 2018-02-27 07:15:41 by BonnieRobinson

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Edited on 2018-02-25 06:44:08 by BonnieRobinson
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In classrooms across America, the chalkboard has been replaced with the smartboard. Where the chalkboard analogy is a good one to demonstrate the concepts of collaboration and brainstorming that occurs on the wiki, the old school chalkboard was static; there was no traveling down PathsThroughEducation or TrailMaking. The smartboard assists in this analogy because the participants can follow links, taking them to new pages, or they can create new pages themselves using WikiWord. The smartboard also provides a space for audio, video, and visuals that are animated in a way the chalkboard could not. - BonnieRobinson
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In classrooms across America, the chalkboard has been replaced with the smartboard. Where the chalkboard analogy is a good one to demonstrate the concepts of collaboration and brainstorming that occurs on the wiki, the old school chalkboard was static; there was no traveling down PathsThroughEducation or TrailMaking. The smartboard assists in this analogy because the participants can follow links, taking them to new pages, or they can create new pages themselves using WikiWord. The smartboard also provides a space for audio, video, and visuals that are animated in a way the chalkboard could not. l- BonnieRobinson


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Edited on 2018-02-25 06:43:21 by BonnieRobinson
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The wiki is a collective chalkboard. When we write threads we scribble ideas as if we were writing with chalk. This is known as ThreadMode. //TheCollective//
Eventually, a chalkboard will be filled and it is at this point that we can look at what we wrote, moving on to DocumentMode. TheEditor in us all can erase what isn't important, as well as summarize and refactor the information - RefactoringMode. We call this RefactoringPages. With the extra space freed up we can then go back to scribbling notes.
In classrooms across America, the chalkboard has been replaced with the smartboard. Where the chalkboard analogy is a good one to demonstrate the concepts of collaboration and brainstorming that occurs on the wiki, the old school chalkboard was static; there was no traveling down PathsThroughEducation or TrailMaking. The smartboard assists in this analogy because the participants can follow links, taking them to new pages, or they can create new pages themselves using WikiWord. The smartboard also provides a space for audio, video, and visuals that are animated in a way the chalkboard could not. l- BonnieRobinson
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The wiki is a collective chalkboard. When we write threads we scribble ideas as if we were writing with chalk. //TheCollective//
Eventually, a chalkboard will be filled and it is at this point that we can look at what we wrote. TheEditor in us all can erase what isn't important, as well as summarize and refactor the information. We call this RefactoringPages. With the extra space freed up we can then go back to scribbling notes.


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Edited on 2017-02-06 16:40:19 by MorganAdmin
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The wiki is a collective chalkboard. When we write threads we scribble ideas as if we were writing with chalk. //TheCollective//
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The wiki is a collective chalkboard. When we write threads we scribble ideas as if we were writing with chalk.
TheCollective


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Edited on 2016-02-09 06:36:04 by MorganAdmin
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== Online Chalkboard ==


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Edited on 2015-02-24 08:21:49 by MorganAdmin
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Eventually, a chalkboard will be filled and it is at this point that we can look at what we wrote. TheEditor in us all can erase what isn't important, as well as summarize and refactor the information. We call this RefactoringPages. With the extra space freed up we can then go back to scribbling notes.
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Eventually, a chalkboard will be filled and it is at this point that we can look at what we wrote. TheEditor in us all can erase what isn't important, as well as summarize and refactor the information. We call this ReFactoringPages. With the extra space freed up we can then go back to scribbling notes.


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Edited on 2015-02-24 08:21:36 by MorganAdmin
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Eventually, a chalkboard will be filled and it is at this point that we can look at what we wrote. TheEditor in us all can erase what isn't important, as well as summarize and refactor the information. We call this ReFactoringPages. With the extra space freed up we can then go back to scribbling notes.
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Eventually, a chalkboard will be filled and it is at this point that we can look at what we wrote. TheEditor in us all can erase what isn't important, as well as summarize and refactor the information. ReFactoringPages. With the extra space freed up we can then go back to scribbling notes.


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Edited on 2015-02-24 08:21:19 by MorganAdmin
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Eventually, a chalkboard will be filled and it is at this point that we can look at what we wrote. TheEditor in us all can erase what isn't important, as well as summarize and refactor the information. ReFactoringPages. With the extra space freed up we can then go back to scribbling notes.
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Eventually, a chalkboard will be filled and it is at this point that we can look at what we wrote. TheEditor in us all can erase what isn't important, as well as summarize and refactor the information. With the extra space freed up we can then go back to scribbling notes.


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Edited on 2008-02-16 08:35:00 by MorganAdmin
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TheCollective


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Edited on 2008-02-16 08:34:49 by MorganAdmin
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The wiki is a collective chalkboard. When we write threads we scribble ideas as if we were writing with chalk.
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"The wiki is a collective chalkboard. When we write threads we scribble ideas as if we were writing with chalk."


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Edited on 2008-02-16 08:34:35 by MorganAdmin
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Edited on 2007-04-06 09:20:54 by MorganMC
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- They need no order
- If the chalk keeps moving the brain keeps working
- Chalk comes in many colors
- You can make pictures with chalk
- A chalkboard can be taped over and posted to
- It's easier to read a chalkboard from a distance
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*They need no order
*If the chalk keeps moving the brain keeps working
*Chalk comes in many colors
*You can make pictures with chalk
*A chalkboard can be taped over and posted to
*It's easier to read a chalkboard from a distance


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Edited on 2006-12-13 12:25:46 by MorganAdmin
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"The wiki is a collective chalkboard. When we write threads we scribble ideas as if we were writing with chalk."
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"When we write threads we scribble ideas as if we were writing with chalk."


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Edited on 2006-12-13 12:25:15 by MorganAdmin
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"When we write threads we scribble ideas as if we were writing with chalk."
Eventually, a chalkboard will be filled and it is at this point that we can look at what we wrote. TheEditor in us all can erase what isn't important, as well as summarize and refactor the information. With the extra space freed up we can then go back to scribbling notes.
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"When we write threads we scibble ideas as if we were writing with chalk."
Eventually, a chalkboard will be filled and it is at this point that we can look at what we wrote. TheEditor in us all can erase what isn't important, as well as summerize and refactor the information. With the extra space freed up we can then go back to scibbling notes.
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Oh!!! THat's a good concept!
EricKuha
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I like the concept that if the chalk keeps moving the brain is still working. It'd be nice if the keyboard were chalk. lakjdfaijt;eij;qej;aji Not quite the same thing, I think. Maybe it depends on the time of day your brain begins exercising? Or not. I suppose if I'm writing this response, then I am proving your point. No?
SandiPemberton


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