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Collective Intelligence

What is it? How can it be achieved?

Cassandra Carney

on 6 April 2010

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Transcript of Collective Intelligence

Collective Intelligence What is collective
intelligence? What are way's collective
can be achieved in the classroom? Video BY: Cassandra Carney
& Cherish Garcia Wikipedia defines it as:
a shared or group intelligence
that emerges from the collaboration and competition of many individuals. Reference Wikipedia.com

In your school you have a database for the teachers that tells what the student is learning in each class. Teachers could then relate what there teaching to what the students are learning in other classes. Ex. The science teacher is teaching about the weather, so in your Geography class a teacher could teach about weather in that place. Some problems about using collective intelligence in the classroom? Barriers - Fear about not controlling all knowledge production; copyright Privacy - learning by sharing information means you are learning in a public forum. Learners have been used to learning privately and sharing when they feel confident in their knowledge. We need to figure out how to get people to feel confident in sharing their learning process.
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