Each of us in the educational technology field who have been influenced by Dr. Ruben Puenteduraare constantly see technology through the S.A.M.R. lens. We know that it's not the tool that determines whether a technology is transformative, but how it's used.
This school year has certainly provided ample opportunity for technology to create tasks that were previously inconceivable. Who would have predicted the many ways we have found to keep on creating, making, and learning together remotely throughout the past 12 months.
After seeing my sons pull together hundreds of musicians from NYC last year to Keep on Singing
Yes, WeVideo will be in the mix, but so will other tools and practices that make it possible for us to collaborate remotely, as well as, in the same space. Please send along your examples or tips and tricks in the comments, via email, or twitter @techsavvygirl and I'll add them in this series.
Let's start with PRO TIP #1
SUCCESSFUL Collaborative Projects
- ENGAGES all participations
- CREATES opportunity for CONNECTIONS
- BUILDS Community
- MEETS Social Emotional Needs of us a Humans
- EMPHASIZES process over product
- INCLUDES the VOICE of your collaborators
- GENERATES Joy
- STRENGTHEN Relationships