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15 Free Mobile Apps to Promote Collaboration, Critical thinking, Creativity, and Communication

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Overview

As an educator, you've likely been hearing a lot about the importance of teaching your students skills that are going to make them successful in the 21st century. Some of the most important of these 21st century skills are the 4 Cs - collaboration, critical thinking, creativity, and communication. Join Lauren Boucher as she provides an overview of 15 mobile apps that will help you teach the 4 Cs, increase achievement, and engage your students. You will leave with specific apps for each C, as well as classroom implementation ideas and tips.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Wednesday, February 19, 2020 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Mobile Learning Intermediate
Tags: 21st century skills, 4Cs, and critical thinking, collaboration, communication, creativity, mobile apps

Reviews (75)

Full Member
 
Great info
 
Very informative!
Full Member
 
Thanks. The presentation link is not in the back channel. Is there another way to get a copy of it?
 
nice job, thanks
Full Member
+5
 
Fantastic ideas! Thank you for sharing:)
Basic Member
 
I really loved the idea of posting the picture and using hot-spots to enlighten the teacher of those in the picture, the setting that the teacher took place etc. And I have never heard of flipgrid, but I really look forward to using it and learning more about it. Very informative video, thank you
 
Good essay. I think I was aware of about 50% of the apps discussed. I liked the detail she included in each app.
 
Several great apps to use
 
I enjoyed the "human/technical difficulty " moment in the beginning😂. The content was so helpful. Thank you!
Full Member
+7
 
Lauren share several good resources that are cross curricular and simple to use. Nice job!
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