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      Module 2: A Framework for Digital Collaboration

      Lesson 1: Collaboration Purposes

       

      Activity 5: Differentiation through Collaboration

      Estimated Time: 10 minutes Intel® Teach Elements:

      Collaboration in the Digital Classroom

      Action Plan: Lea M. Raet

       

      Instructions: Click any of the activity names in the Contents to go directly to that section. On a PC, either click or press Ctrl+click to make your selection. On a Mac, press click. Type your personalized Action Plan details in the sections indicated.

       

      Contents

       

      Module 1: Collaborative Classrooms. 3

      Lesson 1: Collaboration Basics 3

      Activity 3: Collaboration Defined. 3

      Lesson 2: Collaboration Planning. 3

      Activity 2: Collaboration Framework. 3

      Lesson 4: Collaboration Characteristics 4

      Activity 2: Collaboration Challenges 4

      Lesson 5: Module Review. 4

      Activity 1: Module Summary. 4

      Module 2: A Framework for Digital Collaboration. 6

      Lesson 1: Collaboration Purposes 6

      Activity 5: Differentiation through Collaboration. 6

      Lesson 2: Design of Collaboration Activities 6

      Activity 1: Selection of Purposes for Collaboration. 6

      Activity 4: Collaborators and Tools 6

      Lesson 3: Assessment in Collaborative Classrooms 7

      Activity 3: Self- and Peer Assessment of Collaboration. 7

      Lesson 4: Module Review. 7

      Activity 1: Module Summary. 7

      Module 3: Tools of Collaboration. 8

      Lesson 1: New Tools for Collaboration. 8

      Activity 3: A Collection of Collaborative Tools 8

      Lesson 2: A Closer Look at Collaborative Tools 8

      Activity 2: Tool Access Check. 8

      Activity 3: The Best Tool for the Job. 9

      Lesson 3: Collaborative Tools for Your Future. 9

      Activity 2: Discover New Tools 9

      Lesson 4: Module Review. 9

      Activity 1: Module Summary. 9

      Module 4: Collaboration Strategies. 10

      Lesson 1: Effective Digital Communication. 10

      Activity 3: Peer Mentoring. 10

      Lesson 2: Confident Digital Collaborators 10

      Activity 3: Collaboration and Digital Literacy. 10

      Lesson 3: Ethical Digital Collaboration. 10

      Activity 2: Copyright and Fair Use. 10

      Lesson 4: Module Review. 11

      Activity 1: Module Summary. 11

      Module 5: Supporting a Collaborative Classroom. 12

      Lesson 1: Safe Collaboration. 12

      Activity 2: A School’s Defense. 12

      Lesson 2: Collaborator Support 12

      Activity 2: Answer Resources for Collaborators 12

      Lesson 3: Technology Management 12

      Activity 2: Technology-Ready Students 12

      Lesson 4: Unexpected Challenges 12

      Activity 2: Collaboration Issues 12

      Lesson 5: Module Review. 13

      Activity 1: Module Summary. 13

      Course Wrap-Up. 14

      1. Summary. 14

      Activity 2: Course Reflection. 14


      Module 2: A Framework for Digital Collaboration

      Lesson 1: Collaboration Purposes

       

      Activity 5: Differentiation through Collaboration

      Estimated Time: 10 minutes

       

      Describe your experiences with the different purposes of collaboration:

      • Improved content learning
      • Improved teamwork skills
      • Global citizenship

       

      Improved content learning- Students used the internet for more ideas about the topic. This  helped the learners who want to advance their learnings and for the slow learners to browse more ideas and they can do it in groups in independently.

      Improved teamwork skills- As they work together, I observe that they established the sense of being in a group, that they can share other ideas without intimidation. Working in group can come up with more ideas making any activity better than before.

      Global citizenship- I develop the sense of responsibility.

       

       

       

      Module 2: A Framework for Digital Collaboration

      Lesson 2: Design of Collaboration Activities

       

      Activity 1: Selection of Purposes for Collaboration

      Estimated Time: 10 minutes

       

      Choose a unit that you would like to make more collaborative. Review the learning objectives for your unit and brainstorm which objectives might be suitable as purposes for collaboration.

       

      Teaching Unit

      Objectives Suitable for Collaboration

      TLE Class (ICT)

      Establish a life long learner and skill builders.

       

       

      Module 2: A Framework for Digital Collaboration

      Lesson 2: Design of Collaboration Activities

       

      Activity 4: Collaborators and Tools

      Estimated Time: 20 minutes

       

      Describe your plan for including collaboration in your unit in the table below.  (Note: If you have multiple collaborative activities, with unique dimensions, you may want to create separate tables for each by copying and pasting the table for another set.)

       

      Note: You will complete the Digital Tool section of your plan in Module 3.

       

      To build students teamwork

      One week project

      In-hose

      students and teachers

      use of technology.

      Brief Description of Possible Collaborative Activity(ies):

      Look for things that can be join inseide the class to form new materials.

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Brief Description of Possible Collaborative Activity(ies):

      Working with their hands-on activity.(Spreadsheet)

      Movie Making- Use of their cellphones to have video of some activity in the community and school.

       

       

       

      Module 2: A Framework for Digital Collaboration

      Lesson 3: Assessment in Collaborative Classrooms

       

      Activity 3: Self- and Peer Assessment of Collaboration

      Estimated Time: 10 minutes

       

      Describe how you might use the collaboration assessments you saved.

       

      Assessment

      How You Will Use It

      Rubric

      make rubrics to assess students performance and development

      Journals

      To know how far they have done and learned.

      Anecdotal record

      To record and to track important things to improve and develop.

       

       

      Module 2: A Framework for Digital Collaboration

      Lesson 4: Module Review

       

      Activity 1: Module Summary

      Estimated Time: 10 minutes

       

      Think about the design of collaborative activities and the assessment of collaboration skills as you reflect on your learning in this module.

       

      A group consist of 10 members wherein each member will share their ideas for planning and for the development of learnings and skills. There will be journals to be check and  student conference will be set.