Collaborative learning

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Collaborative learning by Mind Map: Collaborative learning

1. underpinning theory

1.1. John Hattie - visible learning, effect size

1.2. Peer learning

1.2.1. Peer instruction, Eric Mazur

1.2.2. Contributing student pedagogy, Collis and Moonen

1.3. Social constructivist

1.3.1. Vygotsky, Bruner

1.4. Why it works

1.4.1. brain based, visible learning

2. by teachers, with learners

3. Staff skills

3.1. digital capability (TPACK)

4. Pros, cons and caveats

4.1. where it works best

4.2. inclusion

4.3. scaffolding

4.4. essay mills

4.4.1. collaborative learning gone bad

4.5. student perceptions

5. underpinning practice - checklist

5.1. student digital capability

5.2. inclusion

5.3. pedagogy

5.3.1. Scenarios - low effort v high effort, low impact v high impact

5.3.2. DIF analysis

5.3.2.1. proportionate effort - hattie again.

6. Tools to try

6.1. structured

6.1.1. discussion forums

6.1.2. mailing lists

6.1.3. Tricider

6.1.4. voicethread

6.2. less structure?

6.2.1. google docs

6.2.2. etherpad

6.2.3. textwall, padlet, realtimeboard etc

6.2.4. mindmapping

6.2.5. instagram/pinterest

6.2.6. twitter/facebook

6.3. via text

6.4. via text/media

7. definition