Educator provides evidence of their understanding of collaboration and outlines and provides evidence of a lesson that uses technology to support students’ collaboration in learning.
The 4Cs for 21st century learning are Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication, and Collaboration. They are part of the framework for 21st Century Learning and are designed to support student learning in today’s world and are skills they can use in college and career.
Collaboration is the ability to work effectively with others. It can be both a process to support learning and an outcome. Collaboration has been shown to strongly enhance critical thinking skills. While technology is now nearly ubiquitous for young learners, it’s important to use technology thoughtfully for collaboration and acknowledge that technology for technology’s sake in collaboration does not work.
To earn this micro-credential you must receive a "passing" for Parts 1 and 3 and a “Yes” for Part 2.
How do you define collaboration in a digital classroom?
Describe your lesson - how did you use collaboration skills and technology together to support students’ learning?
Please provide an artifact that demonstrates your use of collaboration skills and technology to support student learning.
How did technology change students’ ability to collaborate? Were you able to create a more meaningful experience for students by utilizing technology? Explain your thinking.
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