Jeremy Anderson
InstructionalTechnologist
Quinnipiac University
Four Collaborative Learning
Techniques using Blackboard
Class glossary
Create a wiki that all members of the class can edit
Post important vocabulary words from content
Have s...
Peer Review
Assign a project, written or otherwise, to your class
Create a blog associated with the project
Have studen...
Group Project
Assign a project to your class that will be completed as a
group
As students enroll in groups, create virt...
Study Review
In preparation for an exam, create a study area in Blackboard
Depending on your preference, use a blog, wik...
Study Review
In preparation for an exam, create a study area in Blackboard
Depending on your preference, use a blog, wik...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Four ways to collaborate in blackboard

631 views
559 views

Published on

Published in: Education, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
631
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
16
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Four ways to collaborate in blackboard

  1. 1. Jeremy Anderson InstructionalTechnologist Quinnipiac University Four Collaborative Learning Techniques using Blackboard
  2. 2. Class glossary Create a wiki that all members of the class can edit Post important vocabulary words from content Have students add additional words Request that students create definitions based on their learning Students create and revise textual definitions Annotate text with captured audio or video Visit the glossary to check for understanding
  3. 3. Peer Review Assign a project, written or otherwise, to your class Create a blog associated with the project Have students create post of their draft, as text or an attachment Require each student to provide feedback on a number of other drafts To facilitate, you may wish to create peer review groups using the Manage Group tool
  4. 4. Group Project Assign a project to your class that will be completed as a group As students enroll in groups, create virtual versions in Blackboard using the Manage Groups tool Create a wiki for each group Request that groups use the wiki to showcase their final product Subpages for the various components of assignment Embedded video and audio demonstrations Uploaded or embedded presentations (PowerPoint, Keynote) Links to outside resources
  5. 5. Study Review In preparation for an exam, create a study area in Blackboard Depending on your preference, use a blog, wiki, or discussion Discussion Board Create a thread for each major theme or topic, posed as a question, and have students discuss possible answers Wiki Create a wiki where students can post and revise excerpts of class notes, supplemental materials, videos, audio, etc. Blog Create a blog for each major theme or topic and assign groups or individuals create expert posts on a particular theme/topic
  6. 6. Study Review In preparation for an exam, create a study area in Blackboard Depending on your preference, use a blog, wiki, or discussion Discussion Board Create a thread for each major theme or topic, posed as a question, and have students discuss possible answers Wiki Create a wiki where students can post and revise excerpts of class notes, supplemental materials, videos, audio, etc. Blog Create a blog for each major theme or topic and assign groups or individuals create expert posts on a particular theme/topic

×