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Collaboration: Concept, Power and Magic
Collaboration: Concept, Power and Magic
Collaboration: Concept, Power and Magic
Collaboration: Concept, Power and Magic
Collaboration: Concept, Power and Magic
Collaboration: Concept, Power and Magic
Collaboration: Concept, Power and Magic
Collaboration: Concept, Power and Magic
Collaboration: Concept, Power and Magic
Collaboration: Concept, Power and Magic
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Collaboration: Concept, Power and Magic

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Slides accompanying the hands-on workshop for the Google apps in education Brisbane Summit, April 2013. …

Slides accompanying the hands-on workshop for the Google apps in education Brisbane Summit, April 2013.
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  • Educational networks are for community building and collaboration.Wikis are for disruption and collaboration
  • How do teachers learn to collaborate?How do students?What are the best tools?How do you teach collaboration?
  • How many of you as educators, as leaders, as classroom teachers, as administrators have co-created something with someone else at a distance? Consider the skills involved, consider the tools needed, consider the Internet access, timeframe etc
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    • 1. Collaboration Concept, Power and Magic Julie Lindsay Flat Classroom® #flatclasslearningconfluence.wikispaces.com
    • 2. Use Wallwisher to introduceComplete Google Form yourself Co-Create content Discuss as you createGoogle Doc - Wikispaces Commenting – Discussion tab Share research Present to the world Google Presentations
    • 3. Collaboration
    • 4. Collaboration Technopersonal skills - Synchronous
    • 5. Collaboration Co-Creation
    • 6. Collaboration Technopersonal skills - Asynchronous
    • 7. Collaboration Co-Creation © Emily McCurran, Flat Classroom® Certified Teacher
    • 8. If Collaboration is a needed &required 21st Century skill,educators need to not onlyteach it, but employ & model itas well
    • 9. Is there a Flat Classroom® in YOUR Future? flatclassroomproject.net #flatclass Connect, Collaborate, Change
    • 10. Julie LindsayMA Education Technology Leadership, EdD Student Global Educator, Leader, Innovator, Author Director and Co-founder, Flat Classroom® @julielindsay learningconfluence.com lindsay.julie@gmail.com

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