Affordance 5: Collaborative Intelligence

Collaborative Intelligence

Where, for instance, peers offer structured feedback to each other, available knowledge resources are diverse and open, and the contributions of peers and sources to knowledge formation are documented and transparent. This builds skills of collaboration and negotiation necessary for complex, diverse world. It focuses on learning as social activity rather than learning as individual memory.

Social Learning

Collaborative Learning Dynamics

Extrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation

Success and Failure in Performance Based Assessments

Collaborative Intelligence in Scholar

Engagement and Facilitation of Collaborative Knowledge Work

Collaborative Intelligence Case Studies

Learning to PLAY—Seth Yoder
Nearpod in the Classroom—Ronnie Lopezcepero
Innovative Learning Environments: The Flipped Classroom—KristyRosen
Blogging in the Classroom—Jamie D'Amico
Implementing Kahoot! In Education—Andrea Jordan
The Social Mind, the Internet, and Artificial Intelligence—Michael Greer
StudyBlue: Crowd-Sourced Learning for Mobile Devices—Lauren Johnson
Crowdsourcing and Princeton's Premier MOOC—Elizabeth Skopec
Using Web 2.0 Tools to Teach Digital Citizenship—Karen Kelly
Virtual Teams and Virtual Teamwork—Katherine Schwebe
Social Media in the Classroom—Claire Suriano
Back Channeling in the Classroom—Jennifer Eirinberg
TodaysMeet in the Classroom—Luci Dvorak
Worldwide Sunflower Project—Malgorzata Crane
Twitter in Education—Rozy Parlette
How Crowdsourcing Might Transform Education—Stephen Dunn
Educational Discussion Forums—Jen Kiebach
Connecting the Classroom with Socrative—Seth Yoder
Game-based Collaborative Learning—Lauren Johnson
Google Classroom—Beatriz Wagener
Google Apps in the Classroom—Lauren Wilkie
Social Media as a Learning Technology—Jenn Smist