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Collaborative Projects

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Tips for engaging in collaborative projects and getting others involved.

Tips for engaging in collaborative projects and getting others involved.

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    • 1. Connect, Learn… Work Together
    • 2. Collaborate Through an Online Project
    • 3. Organized Projects Lead … to Individual Partnerships
    • 4.  
    • 5. From Me to You
    • 6. Read Around the Planet
    • 7.  
    • 8.  
    • 9. Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education
    • 10. Connection Information and Discussion Forums
    • 11. Creating Projects and Finding Partners
      • CILC
      • Magpi k20 Programs
      • Internet2 K20 Initiative
      • The Connected Classroom
      • Friendship Through Education
    • 12. Tips – Plan and Prepare
      • Setting Up the Program - Asking for what you want
      • Planning what happens during the Collaboration
        • Clear goals
        • Clear format
        • Clear outcomes
    • 13. It’s About Communication
      • More than task-orientated
        • Introductions, Names, emails
      • Taking Turns
        • Structured vs. Open Mic
      • Connecting with the camera
    • 14. Tips – Take Off and Maintenance
      • Start Simple - Just Do It!
      • Seek Support
      • Patience and Persistence
      • Ask What Could Be Better
      • Reconnect
    • 15. Getting Your Teachers Involved
      • Ask Personally
      • Starting with Something Familiar
      • Scaffold Support
      • Be Flexible
    • 16. Get Connected! You’ll Be…
    • 17. Connecting to the World