Skip to main content

Home/ Discovery Educator Network/ Group items tagged learners

Rss Feed Group items tagged

Dean Mantz

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners: 10 Terrific Tools in My Toolkit - 36 views

  •  
    www.thebargainplaza.com Most quality online stores.New Solution for home gym, cool skateboard, Monsterbeats headphone and much more on the real bargain. Highly recommended.This is one of the trusted online store in the world. View now www.thebargainplaza.com
Dean Mantz

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners: Open School ePortfolios for Authentic Assessment - 33 views

  •  
    www.thebargainplaza.com Most quality online stores.New Solution for home gym, cool skateboard, Monsterbeats headphone and much more on the real bargain. Highly recommended.This is one of the trusted online store in the world. View now www.thebargainplaza.com
Jennifer Dorman

The nine tribes of the internet | Pew Internet & American Life Project - 0 views

  •  
    This talk explores the latest findings of the Pew Internet & American Life Project about broadband adoption and wireless connectivity and looks at why government agencies, associations, activists, and businesses should use varied digital strategies to serve the needs of different tribes of technology users.
Fred Delventhal

Top 10 Web 2.0 Tools for Young Learners : February 2009 : THE Journal - 1 views

  • That's why we're here," she said. "So I can show you not only what's out there but also how other educators are using these resources to teach their students right now."
  •  
    That's why we're here," she said. "So I can show you not only what's out there but also how other educators are using these resources to teach their students right now."
Sheri Edwards

Explaining Collaboration to Learners - 0 views

  • In a collaborative workspace, people amplify one another
  • The first is, “Accept every offer.”
  • “Make your partner look good.”
  • ...5 more annotations...
  • Focus on “This is what I have, what can I add to it?  How do I make my partner look good?”
  • An interested person leans in and listens closely when group members have something to say; an interested person is curious about solutions other than the first one suggested.  An interested person is more concerned about the process than their role in it.  An interested person does more to amplify the people around them.
  • receive information as well as send it.
  • Communicate, Not Transmit
  • Collaboration in the Classroom? So, what do learners need to know to better understand what collaboration really means? Collaboration absolutely requires the participation of two or more people; if you could accomplish the work by yourself, you’re cooperating, not collaborating. Collaboration Is enhanced by “accepting every offer” and “making your partner look good.”  Focus on what you can add to what others have suggested rather than revising or fixing their ideas or solutions. Collaboration is facilitated by group members that focus on being *interested* rather than being *interesting* - be curious about others’ ideas, explore the possibilities, enjoy the process rather than focusing to quickly on the outcome. Collaboration demands bi-directional communication in which your ideas are shaped by the ideas of others; you must work to make sure your ideas are comprehensible.
  •  
    Collaboration vs cooperation
  •  
    collaborate vs cooperate: teaching it "This is what I have, what can I add to it? How do I make my partner look good?"
1 - 9 of 9
Showing 20 items per page