K-W-L on Wikis

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A K-W-L chart is a great tool for instructors to use to help them find out what students already know about a topic, want to know about a topic, and in the end, what they learned about the topic post instruction.

The 'K' stands for KNOW, the 'W' stands for WANT, and the 'L' stands for LEARN.

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Return to: UNIT 1,Unit 2, or UNIT 3 when you are done.


My experience has shown that the K-W-L chart is also a great tool for learners to use when engaging in an independent course of study such as this mini course. The learner can take the important time to access what they already know about the topic, what they want to know, and in the end, what they have learned.

Thus,in this area it is suggested that you write down information to keep track of your learning. ***Use the EDIT function to make additions to this page at any time throughout the course.

This K-W-L chart will help you see what you, and others already KNOW about learning disabilities, WANT to know about learning disabilities, and in the end, have LEARNED about learning disabilities.

Feel free to return to this page to add or review comments.

In the end, it should be a very exciting chart of compiled information from all users!

K - W - L

'K' What do you KNOW about Wikis?












'W' What do you WANT TO KNOW about Wikis?













'L' What did you LEARN about Wikis?


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