Promoting global collaboration is important to help our students develop skills for the future and to enhance their cultural awareness. There are a lot of digital tools are resources that facilitate these collaborations faster than ever before.
‘The Blender’ interactive learning structure is designed to foster engaged learning by adding the main ingredient needed for students to express their creativity: opportunity.
Finding ways to help students build collaboration skills in the classroom is important for preparing them for the future of work and learning. Here are five ways to open up more opportunities for students to collaborate in and out of the classroom.
Learn more about how NuVu, an innovation school located in Massachusetts, implements a studio-based learning model that provides students the opportunity to problem-solve through creating and building.
The start of a new year is a great time to take a personal, team, and organization pulse and set intentions which will help carry you throughout the year. One helpful exercise for all organizations to go through is to reexamine both the organization’s “why” and each team member’s personal “why”.
Collaborative learning is not something new, teachers have been using this method in classrooms for many years. However, over the years, the types of activities and different tools available have changed the outlook. This post offers strategies to help.
By: Dr. Monica Burns. Collaborative classrooms can help students prepare for the skills they need today and in the future.