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Connecting Collaborative Learning to the Standards

Connecting Collaborative Learning to the Standards

Author: Katie Hou

In this lesson, you will understand the intersection of the ISTE standards and the 4Cs to collaborative learning. 

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Notes on “Connecting Collaborative Learning to the Standards”


(00:00-00:15) Intro

(00:16-00:39) Objectives

(00:40-01:03) Analyze the purpose

(01:04-01:20) Analyze the theory

(01:21-01:39) Create a lesson

(01:40-02:01) Reflect

(02:02-02:38) Why these objectives matter

(02:39-02:53) Connections

(02:54-03:05) Conclusion

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Connecting Project Based Learning and the Common Core Standards

In this blog entry, Thom Markham reviews six instructional areas where PBL can be used to support instruction using the CCSS. These areas include moving from instruction to inquiry, balancing knowledge and skills, going deep; teaching teamwork, establishing a culture of inquiry, and blending coaching with teaching.

ISTE Standards: Students

The student standards include the six key areas for appropriate student use of technology in learning: creativity and innovation, communication and collaboration, research and informational fluency, critical thinking, problem solving and decision making, digital citizenship, and technology operations and concepts.