Mrs. Badgley's Wikispace:

Please use for educational purposes only

My goal for this site is to provide a place for students (of all ages and needs) to collaborate to create useful collections of information. I have used this site for presentations, for class projects, and or demonstrations.

A Wiki is defined as: A wiki is a collection of web pages designed to enable anyone who accesses it to contribute or modify content, using a simplified markup language. Wikis are often used to create collaborative websites and to power community websites. For example, the collaborative encyclopedia Wikipedia is one of the best-known wikis.

As you are preparing your portion of this site, here are some search tools to help you find what you really think is worthy. This list of search tools is by far not a complete list, but it is a good start. If you have a search tool to add to the list, please do so. I am always looking for something new.

How to join this site:

1. Go to the wikispaces home page
2. The fill in the join spaces box and click submit
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4. Once you have joined, then you can post and make changes to this site. You can see how the changes will be tracked by clicking on the "recent changes" navigation on the left side of the screen. You can see all the people who have made changes to the site.


Web Page Examples:
  • Mrs. Badgley's Teacher Web Page
  • Language Arts Technology Integration: Don't Be in Jeopardy
  • HTML Coding Lessons for Web Design

Blog Examples:
  • Creative Writing Blog (Journalism)
  • My Life in a D School (professional and personal commentary related to small school issues)
  • Arnold Talks About Books (Accelerated Reader Journals)

Wiki Examples:
  • Arnold Tech Handbook (for teachers and students, presentations and visitors who want to learn and share about technology integration in the classroom)
  • Mrs. Badgley Wikispaces (Use for class information. Examples: web design elements, Journalism Editing,, etc.)

Discussion Boards/Forums:
  • Refresher English Discussion Forum at (a free site)

Email Links:
  • Arnold student email, class blogs, and wikis

My Life in a D School by Nicole Badgley is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
Based on a work at

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If you would like to create your own wikispace, there is a 2-minute video explaining how to create your own.