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Slides from a presentation given to UD faculty members on January 14, 2009.

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1-14-2009 Fostering Student Collaboration 1-14-2009 Fostering Student Collaboration Presentation Transcript

  • Facilitating Student Collaboration Mathieu Plourde, Instructional Designer IT-User Services
  • A Quick Poll 1. Do you currently use Sakai@UD? • Yes. • No. 2. Do you use collaborative activities with your students? • Yes. • No. 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 2
  • About Collaboration… • What is your definition of Collaboration? 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 3
  • Some Definitions The process by which Tools (collaborative authoring, video people/organizations work conferencing, shared whiteboards, etc.) that together to accomplish a allow multiple users to work on the same common mission. (1) content in a common environment. (4) Active participation between two or more people to achieve a common goal such as co- authoring literature. (2) A recursive process where two or more people or organizations work together Working with other people during the toward an intersection of common goals writing process, whether it is — for example, an intellectual endeavor generating ideas, identifying a main that is creative in nature—by sharing idea to pursue, or suggesting possible knowledge, learning and building approaches and ways of organizing; consensus. (5) often helpful to discover new perspectives. (3) 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 4
  • Why Make Students Collaborate? PRO CON 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 5
  • Why Make Students Collaborate? PRO CON • Teamwork is a skill that must be • More police work developed by students • Dealing with slackers • To stimulate innovation • Individual contributions are hard to • Groups tend to self-correct (virtuous attribute and grade circle) • Patchworks are not collaborative • Peer expectation and accountability • Sets a pace 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 6
  • What’s In It For Me? • As an Instructor… • Reduce Grading Workload • Student-Generated Learning Content • Should be a Win-Win Situation 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 7
  • Collaborative Tasks and Projects Writing a Collective Letter/Position/ Make Lists Statement/Web Content Group Portfolio Meeting Brainstorming Support Group Projects Collaborative Collection of Notebook Links Storytelling 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 8
  • Fostering Good Behaviors • Define and set up collaboration spaces • Make your projects relevant SET • Require higher level thinking EXPECTATIONS • Assess often, chunk your assignments • Assess the outcome, not the details • Construct a charter • Reward initiatives • Give students an individual voice too 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 9
  • To Grade or Not to Grade? 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 10
  • Collaboration in Sakai • Wiki • Defining Groups • Resources • Forums • Chat • Blogs 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 11
  • A Quick Poll 1. How many of you have used a wiki? • I have used a wiki in the past. • I have never used a wiki. 2. How many of you have used a wiki with your students? • I have used a wiki with my students. • I never used a wiki with my students. 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 12
  • A Web Page Audience Author Web Page Audience Audience Reference: Grenier (2007) 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 13
  • A Wiki Page Author/ Audience Author/ Web Author/ Audience Page Audience Author/ Audience Reference: Grenier (2007) 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 14
  • A Wiki Demonstration Video http://www.articulate.com/community/blogdemo/web2/engage.html 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 15
  • Using the Wiki Markup Language HTML Wiki Markup Final Output <b>Bold</b> __Bold__ Bold <ul> * Item 1 • Item 1 <li>Item 1</li> * Item 2 <li>Item 2</li> • Item 2 </ul> Wiki Markup Language is a Simplified HTML 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 16
  • Wiki Gardening • By nature, a wiki is messy. • Usability issues may occur. 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 17
  • Some Recommendations • Instructional Strategy • Define Control and Ownership • Define Individual and Group Work • Use Templates • Get Familiar with the Markup Language • Use a Wiki Charter • A Wiki is Not the End • Define Your Grading Strategy 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 18
  • Some Examples and Job Aids on Wikis • My Wiki Report web page: • http://udel.edu/~mathieu/wiki/ • Faculty experiences • Job aids • The STOLEN Principle • http://www.a6training.co.uk/resources_Social_Software.php 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 19
  • Setting up Groups in Sakai 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 20
  • Group Folder in Resources 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 21
  • Groups in Forums 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 22
  • Synchronous Collaboration in Chat • All rooms are always visible to everyone • The Chat tool keeps an archive 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 23
  • Blogs • Collaboration is not the main purpose of a blog 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 24
  • Discussion • Describe ONE activity that could be modified or created in ONE of your courses to involve more student collaboration. 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 25
  • Thank You! • Questions, Comments? • Mathieu Plourde Project Leader, LMS – IT-User Services mathieu@udel.edu # 4060 1/14/2008 Facilitating Student Collaboration 26