TILTed Tech – Tools and Methods for Collaborative Learning Part 2

Hear from faculty about various ways of building collaborative learning into classroom activities and long-term projects. See presenters and topics for each date during registration process. In this video, you’ll learn about:

Collaborative Learning in Online Grad Classes – by Dr. Gary Andersen (Advanced Education Programs)
Explore the engaging of online students through inquiry and authenticity.  Take a peek at some of the collaborative features of a graduate education course.

GoReact – by Rhonda Weimer (Social Work)
Incorporating GoReact software for students to record interviews works well for collaborative learning. This software allows students to demonstrate their social work skills of listening, engagement, and assessment, as well as a place for students, peers, and the instructor to readily provide feedback.

Collaborative Projects with Trello and Kanban – by Dr. Rachel Dolechek (Applied Business Studies)
Using the Kanban method and the Trello platform can help collaborative student groups visualize their work, understand who is responsible for each task, and meet their deadlines.

Collaborative Learning Handout: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yGaOsh8z5M_SSRGmSHAYrLKKf_c9eC0X/view?usp=share_link
Slides: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jg0YI_KpivDO_7h2xiMt4wmuda1Bhutr/view?usp=share_link


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