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1 Intel Teach Elements Collaboration in the Digital Classroom Charity I. Mulig First Webinar Session October 18, :00 – 9:30 pm

2 Things to do: Progress Check Deadlines Summary of Modules 1 & 2 Address Issues and Problems

3 ModulesDateTimeMode 1 and 2Oct Via Intel Engage 3 Oct 178:00 -9:30 pmWebinar 3 and 4 Oct Via Intel Engage PBA Course CheckOct 238:00 - 9:00Webinar 4 and 5Oct Via Intel Engage Showcasing of OutputsOct 268:00 - 9:30 pmWebinar

4 List of Those Who Completed the Requirement for the PBA Course

5 Collaborative Classrooms Module 1

6 Characteristics of Digitized Youth Creative Leaders Risk Takers Mobile Communicators Connected Co-creators Interactive

7 Collaboration exists in… Business Science Arts Politics

8 Classroom Interactions Competitive Individualistic Cooperative

9 Food for Thought “A disconnect exists among how most students learn in school, how they engage outside of school, and the skills they need to thrive in society”

10 Collaboration Models

11 Collaboration Benefits

12 Benefits of Collaborative Learning Shared knowledge Combined expertise Integration of diverse perspectives More creative results Meets the needs of diverse learning styles Deepens understanding of content

13 Collaborative Developments

14 Collaboration Balance

15 Collaboration Framework

16 Benefits of Collaboration

17 Social Benefits “Learning is a social act.” Caring Motivation Self-esteem Achieve Goals

18 Teachers as Collaborators Collaboration Outcomes Lower turnover Greater job satisfaction Increased student achievement Improved low-performing schools Improvement in math

19 Student work Improves quality of students’ thinking Quality of products processes, and content understanding Technology can be used to enhance The collaborative experience Improve outcomes Make collaboration more efficient

20 Skills for Effective Collaboration Mutual trust and respect Flexibility among collaborators Clear communication Positive interdependence Individual and group accountability Task with a goal and value Group processing

21 Sources of Challenges Interpersonal conflict Disorganization Lack of scaffolding Unclear purpose

22 Overcoming Challenges Teach specific collaboration skills and provide feedback Carefully plan collaboration activities Address conflict with appropriate strategies Choose appropriate collaborative groups Select collaborative tools carefully Follow ethical and safe collaboration guidelines Prepare for the unexpected with management in place

23 Collaborative Activities Pair sharing Group Research Group Data Collection Expert Advise Group Problem solving Conference with other class

24 Framework for Digital Collaboration Module 2

25 Collaboration Framework

26 Purpose of Collaboration

27 Content Learning Activities Articulation of ideas Exploration of interests Exposure to alternative points of view Collaborative Research Possible Resources Online Data Primary Sources Original Data

28 Process (Communication) Skills Reading and writing in content areas Communicating with different audiences Listening

29 Teamwork Skills Volunteering for difficult tasks Asking pertinent questions Sharing resources and newfound expertise Inviting the participation of others Building consensus Project Management Skills Defining tasks to be completed Creating timelines and schedules Finding resources Dividing tasks

30 How does collaboration promote critical thinking? What possible collaborative activities enhances critical thinking?

31 Differentiation Purposes Technology Expert Graphics Expert Cultural Expert Peer support of content Learning Content Learning Risk Taking Language Development

32 Learning Objectives

33 Collaboration Questions What purpose will the collaboration serve? What will the scope of the activities be? What type of collaboration will meet students’ needs? Who will students collaborate with? What tools will the students use?

34 Long- and Short- Term Collaboration Short-Term Discussions Feedback Guest speakers Study Groups Solving short content- related problems, math puzzles Long-Term Research presentations Exploration of local issues, pollution, or propose laws Data collection across geographical areas Solving complex problems Dramatic presentations

35 Collaboration Activities Sharing Thoughts Getting Feedback Conducting Research Group Project Peer Tutoring

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37 Assessment Content Assessment Formative Assessment Self- and Peer Assessment Instruments


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