Collaborating on Collaboration. K. Burrell A. Fazio A . Pepenella Saturday May 14, 2011 – 5P42. Agenda. Introductions What is collaboration? Collaboration as an effective way of learning Collaborative assessment Making use of technology and space Collaborative activities and models
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Saturday May 14, 2011 – 5P42
What is your greatest concern about teaching collaboratively?
Think about the following statement:
In your experience, collaboration with others is an effective way of learning.
1. Do you AGREE, STRONGLY AGREE, DISAGREE or STRONGLY DISAGREE?
2. Move to the area of the room where the sign is placed which indicates your stance and wait for further instruction.
According to Black & William (1998) there is a considerable evidence that assessment, when practised effectively, can improve student learning.
Collaborative Assessment evidence that assessment, when practised effectively, can improve student learning.
(Watkins, 2004; Hargreaves, 2007)
Collaborative Assessment evidence that assessment, when practised effectively, can improve student learning.The Process
Activities evidence that assessment, when practised effectively, can improve student learning.
In the moment observations
Self and peer assessment
Student record keeping
Grading for attendance
Interplay of private and public reflection
Learning to learn
Awareness of self
Making sound moral judgements
Active, involved, exploratory
Performance in formal exams
Positive attitude towards course content
(Garrison, 2011; ARG, 2002; Watkins, 2001; Watkins, 2004)
(Webcast, D. Reeves)
High degree of validity if the following conditions are met:
Collaborative Assessment evidence that assessment, when practised effectively, can improve student learning.Teacher Moderation
Collaborative Assessment evidence that assessment, when practised effectively, can improve student learning.Teacher Moderation - Roles
(Literacy & Numeracy Secretariat, 2007).
Rate your level of expertise (low, medium, high, no experience) with the following:
3 categories of learning spaces
Some examples of Collaborative Learning are:
*There are many other CL Activities and Models to consider. (See: Bennett & Rolheiser, 2001 and our wiki link [referenced on your handout] for more details)
THINK PAIR SHARE
“what is your favourite type of comfort food?”
* I find this activity works best when there is a template which can be filled in by each person.
ROUND TABLE/ROUND ROBIN
DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL (an example)
67% of our students learn best actively, yet many lectures are passive.
69% of our students are visual, yet we often choose primarily verbal material.
28% of our students think globally, so we can help them more with the ‘big picture’.
(Cassidy, 2005, p. 13)
Check out our Wiki: evidence that assessment, when practised effectively, can improve student learning.
Feel free to add resources to it as well!
Assessment Reform Group (ARG) (2002) Assessment for learning: 10 principles. Available online at: http://www.assessment-reform-group.org.uk (accessed 12 May 2011).
Bennett, B., and Rolheiser, C. (2001). Beyond Monet: The Artful Science of Instructional Integration. Toronto, Canada: Bookation Inc.
Cassidy, A. (2005). Problem-based Learning, Collaborative Learning, Problem-solving and Use of Cases to Enhance Learning: What’s it all about? Retrieved May 8, 2011 from http://www.kwantlen.ca/academicgrowth/resources/PBLhandout.pdf
Collaborative Learning Workshop. Retrieved May 8, 2011 from http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
Garrison, C. National Middle School Association, Formative and Summative Assessments in the Classroom. Retrieved May 10, 2011 from http://www.nmsa.org/publications/webexclusive/assessment/tabid/1120/default.aspx
Hargreaves, E., (2007). 'The validity of collaborative assessment for learning', Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice, 14: 2, 185 — 199.
Literacy & Numeracy Secretariat (2007). Teacher Moderation: Collaboration Assessment of Student Work (Special Edition #2).
Lomas, C., Burke, M., and Page, C. L. (2008) Collaboration Tools, EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative advanced learning through IT innovation. Retrieved May 8, 2011 from http://creativecommons.org/licences/by-nc-nd/3.0/
Teach Science for All. Retrieved May 9, 2011 from http://teachscience4all.wordpress.com/2009/07/27/concept-cartoons/
The Principal’s Office. Retrieved May 9, 2011 from http://hhsprincipalsoffice.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/pic-3.jpg?w=419&h=336
Watkins, C. (2004) Classrooms as learning communities, NSIN Research Matters, 24.
Watkins, C. with Carnell, E., Lodge, C., Wagner, P. & Whalley, C. (2001) Learning about learning enhances performance, NSIN Research Matters, 13.
Webcast: Collaborative Scoring of Student Work http://www.curriculum.org/secretariat/september10.shtml