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    • 1. Digital Collaboration to Increase Student LearningMary Jo Davis & Ray Francis
    • 2. Digital Collaboration How do you define collaboration? To work, one with another; cooperate, as on a literaryTo work jointly with workothers or together (from in anintellectual endeavor(from Merriam-Webster onlinedictionary) My favorite: WORK TOGETHER (from Roget’s
    • 3. Digital collaboration in action . . .
    • 4. •Digital collaboration-value to education Bloom’s taxonomy—help your students move… FROM HERE TO HERE
    • 5. Digital collaboration-value to education Marzano’s nine guidelines to improve student achievement1. Identifying similarities & differences2. Summarizing & notetaking3. Reinforcing effort & providing recognition4. Homework & practice5. Nonlinguistic representation6. Cooperative learning7. Setting objectives & providing feedback8. Generating & testing hypotheses9. Cues, questions, & advance organizers
    • 6. Digital collaboration Fits all learning environmentsFace to face Perfect for group work sessions Remember to involve technologyBlended instruction Blended classroom perfect fitVirtual classrooms Embed technology in classroom site Multiple tools for use in online class
    • 7. Today’s discussion Using technology to collaborate which increases student engagement & learning First Storytelling & creativity How to engage students using basic technology Second Polling in the classroom a basic introduction Third Wikis, blogs, & sharing Let them create the story, & add to each other’s work Fourth Polling in action Specific tools & display possibilities Fifth Collaborative questing Sending you on a scavenger hunt Closing Q & A and time to experiment
    • 9. Storytelling in a real classroom & shared by a real teacher
    • 10. Storytelling A valuable tool for many reasons Help students find their voice Discuss difficult issues Students with problems communicating Why do YOU think storytelling is valuable?
    • 11. Storytelling—as a classroom tool Students can tell stories in many ways Pictures Audio narratives—more privacy w/o images Narrated slideshow Movie story Help students explore new territory, problem solve, & learn coping strategies
    • 12. Storytelling in many formsTechnologies to create storytelling output Wikis Wiki on Digital Collaboration Blogs Blog discussing digital collaboration tools
    • 13. POLLING
    • 14. •Poll Anywhere, Everywhere, Anyhow… Add student input during discussions with live polling Don’t fear technology, embrace it!
    • 15. Various polling software
    • 16. Polling: not a new conceptInstructors have always asked students for feedbackOn the fly polling helps to: Modify lecture to meet student needs Check for understanding Check if students are grasping difficult concepts or formulas
    • 17. Polling: as a teaching tool By polling, an instructor can:Resource Check forevaluation understanding KWL info gathering Collaboration Pre/post in class event (online or surveys f2f)
    • 18. Polling: as a learning tool Students can administer their own pollsData for Groupstudent responsesresearch Promote positive performance Analyze and Improve synthesize writing data skills
    • 19. Situation where polling would work for youFace to face classroom ideas?? Online format ideas??
    • 21. Collaboration through Questing New ways to insure student collaboration  Online scavenger hunts  Web quest  Directed notes Shared research New & prior knowledge Cooperation & collaboration
    • 22. Questing for learning Learning could include collaboration, teamwork, research skillsIdentify roles for each participantSpell out essential group detailsClearly identify objective & search methodologyOutline acceptable resourcesDescribe end product plainly and base grades upon published rubric
    • 23. Digital collaboration building blocksAdd digital collaboration to your classroom. . . . Digital Storytelling Digital Polling Digital Questing ALL LEAD TO MORE EFFECTIVE DIGITAL COLLABORATION
    • 24. QUESTIONS? ? ?