One-to-one and Group Interview Questions

Visit the Teach Web 2.0 Wiki Site
  1. What is the purpose of the Teach Web 2.0 wiki?
  2. Briefly define Social Networking.
  3. What is a wiki?
  4. Use the menu in the left navigation bar to get to "What about Wikis"?
  5. After reviewing the resource links, see if you can find an additional resource link to add to the list. You will have to click on "Edit this Page" in the upper right hand corner of the page to edit the site. Add one or two more resources.
  6. Think about the use of wikis in the classroom, try to come up with a strength, weakness, opportunity, and threat. Add your input to the wiki under each category.
  7. Add one way you might use a wiki in your classroom. If you can't think of anything, search the Internet for a resource that gives an example of how to use a wiki in the classroom.
  8. Post a discussion comment under the discussion tab.

AFTER COMPLETING THE ABOVE QUESTIONS:
  1. How user friendly is the Teach Web 2.0 Wiki site?
  2. Do you have suggestions for improving the site?
  3. Are there topic areas or sections you would like to add?
  4. Provide any general comments or questions about your experience with Teach Web 2.0 Wiki.



Responses from Amy C. (One-to one interview)
1. What is the purpose of the Teach Web 2.0 wiki?
The purpose of this wiki is to encourage dialogue among teachers on ways to integrate 2.0 applications in the classroom.

2. Briefly define Social Networking.
Social networking is when relationships among groups of individuals are created through same ideas, friends, interests, etc.

3. What is a wiki?
A wiki is a website which allows users to add and edit content collectively. Its purpose is the sharing of the creative process and product by many.

4. Use the menu in the left navigation bar to get to "What about Wikis"?

5. After reviewing the resource links, see if you can find an additional resource link to add to the list. You will have to click on "Edit this Page" in the upper right hand corner of the page to edit the site. Add one or two more resources.

6. Think about the use of wikis in the classroom. Try to come up with a strength, weakness, opportunity, and threat. Add your input to the wiki under each category.

7. Add one way you might use a wiki in your classroom. If you can't think of anything, search the Internet for a resource that gives an example of how to use a wiki in the classroom. Post it to the IDEAS FOR THE CLASSROOM section.

8. Post a discussion comment under the discussion tab.


AFTER COMPLETING THE ABOVE QUESTIONS:

1. How user friendly is the Teach Web 2.0 Wiki site?
The site is easy to access and clearly designed. What was confusing to me initially was the editing process, and it took some time to figure out.

2. Do you have suggestions for improving the site?
Not at this time. I like it just the way it is.

3. Are there topic areas or sections you would like to add?
I think the wiki’s design is well suited for its purpose.

4. Provide any general comments or questions about your experience with Teach Web 2.0 Wiki.

5. I’m happy to be part of such a dedicated group of individuals who continue to look towards technology as an essential part of the class curriculum. I learned quite a bit as I navigated the site, and I will continue to visit in the future.