Collaboration Increases Knowledge

  • conferwithteam.gifNo one can keep up with the rapid changes and new tools in Web 2.0 tools alone. Develop a Personal Learning Network (PLN) that works together to share lesson ideas and plans.
  • Think about developing a "bank" of tools that is utilized throughout your school so that as students practice and gain proficiency in the use of the tools, products become more sophisticated.
  • Work together to develop clear and comprehensive rubrics to evaluate the learning process and products.
  • Consider having students collaborate across the school, town, country or around the world.