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This presentation takes a looka t online collaboration in education. The benefits and disadvantages and ways to incorporate activities in the classroom.

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    • Donna Carroll
      Online Collaboration In Education
    • Groups
      Cooperation
      COLLABORATION
      Team Work
      Sharing
    • What is collaboration?
      Collaboration:
      Cooperative arrangement in which two or more parties ( which may or may not have any previous relationship) work together towards a common goal.
    • Online Collaboration:
      Collaboration by means of electronic media and other online tools used by the members to work together without being in the same location.
    • Advantages of Online Collaboration
      • Interaction between parties without being physically together
      • Problems can be shared and ideas for a resolution can be communicated with each other.
      • Large projects can be divided and each person’s progress monitored through online media.
      • Ideas can be shared with one another.
      • Immediate feedback can be given on an individual ‘s or group’s ideas.
      • Many people are willing to express an opinion or idea that they may not have in a face to face setting.
    • Tools and media used in online collaboration
      • Blogs
      • Wikis
      • Online Discussion Boards
      • E-mail
      • Document Sharing Resources
      • Social Networks
      • Video exchanges
      http://www.4shared.com/
    • How can online collaboration work in grades K-5?
      • Students can connect with other classes in the school and complete a project such as a report on an area in their curriculum.
      • Students can blog about the activities in their classroom with a pen pal classroom.
      • Students can work on projects with other students in the same class and communicate with a Wiki page to complete the project.
      Vogel, C. (2009). A call for collaboration. District Administration, 45(5), 22-25. Retrieved from
      ERIC database.
    • Collaboration in grades 6-12:
      • Class newspapers
      • E-mail pen pals
      • Blog with others students taking some of the same classes.
      • Complete projects with learning teams or communities from home.
      • Access notes from instructors or friends from home or outside computers to complete assignments.
      • Complete a daily math problem.
    • Collaboration in higher education:
      • Discussion boards
      • Gain a higher knowledge of a topic from a diverse group of people.
      • Blogs
      • Wikis
      • Online Courses
      • Gives the student a chance share ideas with a group of individuals with a common interest.
      Liu, C., & Burn, J.M. (2007). Improving the performance of online learning teams – a discourse
      analysis. Journal of Information Systems Education.
    • How can learning to collaborate in education benefit a student outside of the classroom?
      • Prepares them to work collaboratively in the workforce.
      • Prepares them to work with a diverse group of people.
      • Prepares them to tackle large issues in a productive way.
    • Learning Communities
      • Learning Communities can help build successful online collaboration.
      • Teams need to stay in contact with one another.
      • Teams need to set guidelines and timelines for completing tasks .
      • Every member of the team needs a job or task to complete.
      • Teams should come up with a plan to solve differences.
      Reilly, R.C. &, McBreaty M. (2007). “Well it’s messy sometimes…” Barriers to building a
      learning community and dynamic assessment as a system intervention. Journal of Learning
      Communities Research, 2(1), 21-43.
      • Grading
      • Personality differences
      • Technology issues
      • Communication
      • Leadership Roles
      • Division of tasks
      Disadvantages:
      Tu, C., & Corry, M. (2003). Building active online interaction via a collaborative learning.
      community. Computers in the Schools, 20(3), 51-59. Retrieved from ERIC database
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    • References
      Liu, C., & Burn, J.M. (2007). Improving the performance of online learning teams – a discourse
      analysis. Journal of Information Systems Education.
      Musanti, S., & Pence, L. (2010). Collaboration and Teacher Development: unpacking resistance,
      constructing knowledge, and navigating identities. Teacher Education Quarterly, 37(1), 73-
      89. Retrieved from ERIC database
      Nielsen, L. (2009). Eight Ways to Use School Wikis. Tech & Learning, 30(1), 32. Retrieved from ERIC database.
      Palloff, R. M., & Pratt, K. (2005). Collaborating online: Learning together in community. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
      Palloff, R. M., & Pratt, K. (2007). Building online learning communities: Effective strategies for the virtual classroom. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
      Reilly, R.C. &, McBreaty M. (2007). “Well it’s messy sometimes…” Barriers to building a
      learning community and dynamic assessment as a system intervention. Journal of Learning
      Communities Research, 2(1), 21-43.
      Tu, C., & Corry, M. (2003). Building active online interaction via a collaborative learning.
      community. Computers in the Schools, 20(3), 51-59. Retrieved from ERIC database
      Vogel, C. (2009). A call for collaboration. District Administration, 45(5), 22-25. Retrieved from
      ERIC database.