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Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
Collaboration Draft v1
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  • 1. Help Wanted!
    • This is my planning for a 15 minute presentation on using technology for collaboration in the classroom
    • So get collaborating already!
    • I have a backup of this file locally, so feel free to edit, comment on , add, remove, suggest or anything else
    • You can email me ( [email_address] ) or Tweet (@mwclarkson) if you want editing rights
  • 2. Collaboration in Education
    • Practical Ideas - Anecdotal Experience
    Mark Clarkson, Teacher of ICT
  • 3. Straight Into It
    • Two favourite, but different tools:
        • Wikis
        • Etherpad (& Twiddla)
  • 4. Anatomy of a Wiki
    • A simple website that anyone can edit
    • Can embed a variety of content
    • Example: Wikipedia
  • 5. Useful for...
    • Building up a bank of knowledge
    • Creating an online ‘Text Book’
    • ‘ Structured information’ (@NeilAdam)
  • 6. More examples
  • 7. Some ideas...
    • Knowledge based research
    • Skills based tutorials
    • Double-edged learning
      • Learn by researching / writing
      • Learn by reviewing / peer assessment
  • 8. Problems
    • Requires a log-in
    • One - at - a - time editing
    • Works best with a range of topics
    • Not suited to
    • SIMULTANEOUS collaboration
  • 9. There must be another way!
    • “ The ugliest and most useful group productivity app we’ve seen ”
    • - Techcrunch
  • 10. Etherpad?
    • Text based SIMULTANEOUS collaboration
    • No login, no need to save
    • Live typing & collaboration
    • Simple, saved revisions
    • ‘Chat’ window for use as a backchannel
  • 11. Excellent for...
    • QUICK collaboration
    • Thoughts and ideas
    • Informal collaboration
  • 12. Drawbacks
    • No login! Anonymity!
    • Maximum 8 connected users
    • Risk of inappropriate use (see point 1)
    • Risk of deletion/malicious editing
  • 13. Some examples
    • Put some ‘Wouldn’t It Be Great’ work here...
  • 14. Additional Tools
    • Google Docs - share and work on documents, spreadsheets & presentations
    • Twiddla and Skrbl - graphical tools similar to Etherpad
    • VoiceThread - Collaborative discussion as text, audio and/or video
  • 15. Thoughts
    • This slide is not part of the presentation but a place for some thoughts
    • Not discussed the importance of WHEN to collaborate, when NOT to, communication skills, importance of the aim over the tool, examples of Twiddla, GDocs et al
    • How to present - Keynote, Prezi, Slideshare...
    • Have lots of e.g.s for Wikis and E’pads to include at end

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