Online Collaborative Groups

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Online Collaborative Groups

  1. 1. Online Collaborative Groups How to Make Them Work
  2. 2. Presenters  Lynn Pollock  English Comp/Lit Faculty  Southwestern Community College  Eric Wilson  Technology Trainer and Part-Time Faculty  Orange Coast College & Kaplan University  Jill Golden – Moderator  Faculty and Online Faculty Coordinator  Orange Coast College
  3. 3. Synopsis  You can implement successful online groups. Even though you may have managed student groups successfully in face-to-face classes, they can be more challenging when teaching online. Come and participate with experienced online faculty in an open, talk show-style discussion. Get your questions answered. Discover tips and guidelines for adapting this important teaching strategy to an online environment. With careful planning, you can use Blackboard, Moodle, or even the Web to create a fun, collaborative, learning environment.
  4. 4. Question 1  Why are you passionate about collaborative learning?  Why not just do eLecture, activities and quizzes
  5. 5. Question 2  Is there any correct way of setting up a collaborative environment?
  6. 6. Question 3  There are many issues and problems arise during the group work  How do you avoid them?  How do you handle issues during the group work?  i.e., members not responding, etc.
  7. 7. Team Organization Name Title Name Name Title Title Name Name Name Title Title Title
  8. 8. Recommendations  Recommend one or more strategies  Suggest what to do next  Identify action items

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