Collaborations Around the Planet. Janine Lim Berrien RESA firstname.lastname@example.org www.twice.cc Blog: bcisdvcs.wordpress.com. Student Project Centrally managed & coordinated Information about how to participate is provided, dates and times are set Monster Match Read Around the Planet
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Collaborations Around the Planet
Centrally managed & coordinated
Information about how to participate is provided, dates and times are set
Read Around the Planet
Texas History Mystery
Begins with an idea from a teacher
Requires finding your own partner
Most classroom collaborations are point-to-point
The teacher describes what they want their partner class to do
Why Projects and Collaborations?
“We bought VC. How do we get teachers to use it?”
“What’s the value to my students?” Owston 2007
“How does VC meet state curriculum standards?”
“Did anyone think about the learning theory?”
Why do you do collaborative projects?
Give some examples...
February 23 - March 6, 2009
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