Collaboration VS. Cooperation

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Collaboration VS. Cooperation

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  1. Collaboration  vs.  Cooperation

    Slide 1 - Collaboration vs. Cooperation

    • Collaborative Learner
  2. Cooperation

    Slide 2 - Cooperation

    • Each group member independently develops a portion of a given assignment in preparation for a final group product.
    • Assignment: Design a digital poster about Anne Frank. Include a short biography, timeline of her life, her accomplishments, and her impact. Also include images and a video clip.
  3. Slide 3

    • Student 3
    • Student 4
    • Student 2
    • Student 1
    • Cooperation
    • Each group member independently develops a portion of a given assignment in preparation for a final group product.
  4. Slide 4

    • Timeline
    • Biography
    • Accomplishments
    • Impact
    • COOPERATION
    • Each group member independently develops a portion of a given assignment in preparation for a final group product.
  5. Cooperation

    Slide 6 - Cooperation

    • Acquisition level learning
    • Beneficial for learning basic factual information
    • Teacher Driven
    • Close ended with specific responses
    • Kozar, 2010
  6. Collaboration

    Slide 7 - Collaboration

    • Co laboring in a coordinated effort to complete an assignment.
    • Assignment: As a team determine 3 important lessons students can learn from The Diary of Anne Frank. Identify the most important lesson & as a team design a digital poster that teaches the lesson.
  7. Collaboration

    Slide 8 - Collaboration

    • Co-Laboring
    • Student 1
    • Student 4
    • Student 3
    • Student 2
    • Beneficial Relationships
    • Task supports knowledge building
    • Teacher over sees project instead of directing it.
    • Evaluating, Critiquing, Thinking Critically, Problem Solving
    • Information Processing
    • Application level learning
    • Towndrow, 2007
  8. Cooperation

    Slide 9 - Cooperation

    • Acquisition level learning
    • Beneficial for learning basic factual information
    • Teacher Driven
    • Close ended with specific responses
  9. Collaboration

    Slide 10 - Collaboration

    • Evaluating, Critiquing, Thinking Critically
    • Information Processing
    • Application Level Learning
    • Teacher over sees project instead of directing it
  10. Thank you for watching

    Slide 11 - Thank you for watching