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How could a teacher use wikiquote in his/her classroom?

Adopting technology in education can be very challenging. Wikis have become an increasingly popular form of technology use in classrooms.Teachers are using Wikis as an effective teaching and learning tool to enhance the learning process. Collaboration is an important part of teaching and learning. And Wikis can facilitate collaboration. Wikis can be used to engage learners in learning with others.

In the traditional classroom setting, teachers provide most of the classroom information. With wikis, students can collaboratively create a great deal of that classroom information. Wikis allow students to become the authors of knowledge rather than the consumers of it, making wikis an excellent resource for inspiring students to form critical thinking techniques, to learn from their peers, and to become better contributors in group settings. (Dr Kurt S, 2017)