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Collaboration<br />Why should we create collaborative activities in our course?<br />
Collaboration<br />Collaboration in an Online Environment<br /><ul><li>The cornerstone of the educational experience.
The foundation of learning online.
The mechanism for allowing students to support each other's learning.</li></li></ul><li>Community<br />You need to develop...
Why Collaboration?<br />Collaboration helps students learn to:<br /><ul><li>Transform their thinking.
Take charge of their learning.
Create shared goals.
Work in, and develop, a learning style that is not their preferred style.
Construct their own knowledge 
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  • CommunityYou need to develop community within your course in order to have collaboration...but then collaboration in turn helps to build community. Image: circular cycle between community and collaboration. (p. 5)
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    1. 1. Collaboration<br />Why should we create collaborative activities in our course?<br />
    2. 2. Collaboration<br />Collaboration in an Online Environment<br /><ul><li>The cornerstone of the educational experience.
    3. 3. The foundation of learning online.
    4. 4. The mechanism for allowing students to support each other's learning.</li></li></ul><li>Community<br />You need to develop community within your course in order to have collaboration...but then collaboration in turn helps to build community.<br />Community<br />Collaboration<br />
    5. 5. Why Collaboration?<br />Collaboration helps students learn to:<br /><ul><li>Transform their thinking.
    6. 6. Take charge of their learning.
    7. 7. Create shared goals.
    8. 8. Work in, and develop, a learning style that is not their preferred style.
    9. 9. Construct their own knowledge 
    10. 10. Work together in creative ways.
    11. 11. Develop critical thinking skills.
    12. 12. Move out of the box
    13. 13. Deepen their learning experience
    14. 14. Reflect</li></li></ul><li>Role of the Instructor<br /><ul><li>Sets the stage
    15. 15. Decides how to evaluate 
    16. 16. Gathers data
    17. 17. Empowers the learners</li></li></ul><li>Student – Student Activities<br /><ul><li>Peer Review </li></ul>WIKIs or BLOGs<br /><ul><li>Lab Assistant Materials Development or Committee Work</li></ul>D2L Course Shell and Communication Tools<br /><ul><li>Project Development and Presentation >>
    18. 18. Data and Media Collections >></li></li></ul><li>Project Development & Presentation<br />Hybrid Method D2L / Web 2.0 <br /><ul><li>D2L:
    19. 19. Asynchronous-Groups, Discussion Board, Drop Box, Student Homepages linked together
    20. 20. Synchronous-Chat and LiveRoom
    21. 21. Web2.0:
    22. 22. Synchronous - DIM DIM or Skype
    23. 23. Asynchronous/ Almost Synchronous – WIKI, Facebook</li></li></ul><li>Collections<br />SocialBookmarking<br />Delicious<br />DataCollections<br />WIKI Sort-able Spreadsheet<br />Web-based Database<br />ImageandVideoCollections<br />You Tube<br />Picasa<br />
    24. 24. Teacher – Student Activities<br />Synchronous or Asynchronous Tools<br />Exam Preparation / Study Time<br />MuddiestMoment<br />ProgramMarketing<br />
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