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Collaborative Projects for Elementary Readers

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Overview

If you are an elementary educator, you no doubt know how important it is for your students to cultivate strong reading and collaborative skills. Join Monica Burns as she shares some of her favorite collaborative projects that allow students to work together across the school day, including during the reading block. She will share traditional tasks, tech-friendly activities, and plenty of ideas to tailor to your classroom and your students.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Monday, October 1, 2018 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Reading & Writing, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: Elementary, projects, Reading

Reviews (38)

 
Great ideas! My kids would love to make book trailers and have talk shows!
 
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Good information!
 
I appreciate the three resources she shared with us; Spark Video, Flipgrid, and Google Slides to foster collaboration among students for PBL experiences.
Full Member
 
Excellent use of collaboration. Reminded me of a few projects I did with my first graders in the past, where they were the experts on one thing and we pieced together all the student parts to make a book! Also I will now work with Google Classroom to collaborate. I have been motivated to go back and model reader's responses to get students using the evidence in the text to support their opinions.
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Thank you!
Basic Member
 
Excellent source for a variety of ways to engage students in collaborative learning.
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Thank you!
Full Member
 
Monica presents information very clearly. The ideas are excellent and I appreciated that she actually showed us how three tools she recommended for collaboration actually work. Well done!
 
Great ideas! I can't wait to utilize some of them in my classroom.
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