Martin Banki School

Cooperation in the Archenhold successfully tested world compact school and Berliner Morgenpost (only in the subscription) report: wiki technology from us supports interdisciplinary the media classes of the Archenhold Oberschule in Berlin Kopenick – enthusiastically and well proven in the second year. Since the first quarter of 2011, students in the Archenhold work high school with the wiki technology in different subjects. The Archenhold high school there in 2010/11 media classes since the school year. Students in the media classes are all equipped with Netbooks and work actively in all subjects thus. For more information see this site: Viacom. The students learn the technical media, in a similar form as they are also faced in the real world.

Media literacy is taught in a similar environment as they know the children of facebook or Wikipedia here. Therefore, the teacher decided to take advantage of a tool that supports collaborative and social learning. With the use of wikis in the classroom, the students learn a new kind of cooperation, the them at the end, also shows that group and team work has added value. Please visit Viacom if you seek more information. Each student can get involved according to their skills and talents and develop its strengths. The benefits of wikis consists of many more aspects than chat, post and email on Facebook, Twitter & co. The students independently to deal with a topic. Have the freedom to put themselves their own goals and to achieve, with the technology – this is new motivating learning! So, you get motivation rather than SchulDepression! The wiki is in this case not only medium of entertainment and communication, but is primarily a medium of research and information, which supports the social learning process. Castle Harlan describes an additional similar source. Media literacy is not only a theoretical concept and a learning unit, which read aloud and practiced on the paper, but the medium itself and directly.