As educators continue to work in this new normal, providing quality instruction that includes effective collaboration with the right tools can streamline the process.
Designing learning experiences, whether you’re face-to-face or online, requires high awareness of the need for active engagement, social interaction, constructive feedback, clarity in communications, and availability to provide support.
Collaboration, one of the 4Cs, isn’t about content but is a skill that can equip students to understand the content at a deeper level. David Weinberger, author of Too Big to Know, said the smartest person in the room is the room. And we agree... even if you're meeting remotely... as long as learners can collaborate and be productive together. What might you add to the list on the collaboration skills tip card shown below?
In addition to that, how do you enhance collaboration by powering it with technology? We always consider how a technology tool’s features can support, extend, or transform the way users collaborate. Some of our favorite tools include: Google Slides / Docs / Drawings, Trello, Peardeck, SeeSaw. What’s on your collaboration tool list?
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