Wikis provide an easy way for participants to access information, collaborate with peers, and share their learning.

How this wiki is organized:
  • There is a separate page for the training activities demonstrated during the 2011 Summer Institutes. Relevant documents, resource links, and technology tools for each activity are embedded within the page.
  • Differentiation strategies for 1:1 learning environments, where available, are also identified.
  • A separate Resources page contains guiding documents and resources that may be helpful in implementing the NC Standard Course of Study in English Language Arts.

How would I use this wiki?
  • Anyone can view, download, and modify downloaded resources contained in this wiki.
  • This site is protected and editing of this wikispace is not permitted.
  • You do NOT need to be a member to view and use the resources included on this site. You can refer to and use the wiki, including interactives and other digital content, during and after the 2011 Summer Institutes.
  • You may download and modify any of the documents on this wiki for use in local professional development.
  • Please report any broken links or other access problems to the ELA team at NCDPI.
  • If you have specific questions, please contact one of the ELA Consultants at DPI for assistance; contact information is included on the Contact information page.



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