In another example, English teacher Nancy Collins had her literature students create a wiki to share their understanding of the characters from The Canterbury Tales. Each student translated a section of the General Prologue and then created a “ChaucerSpace” page for their pilgrim. Take a look at their wiki.
Gayle Berthiaume's students study the paper-making process in science and then take a trip to a local paper recycling plant which also fits into their social studies goods and services unit. They create a book about their trip as a writing experience.
Integrating math and social studies, Gayle Berthiaume's students created a book called Circles Around the World. They used copyright-free online photos along with photos they took to illustrate their book.