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Collaborative Writing Practices for Cooperative Learning

Values, Examples, and Tools for Effective Pedagogical Design
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Abram Anders

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Transcript of Collaborative Writing Practices for Cooperative Learning

Collaborative Writing Practices
for Cooperative Learning Abram Anders
University of Minnesota Duluth Purpose Academically
Adrift? Seeking Effective
Collaboration? Effective Design Facilitates connections between
Pedagogical Goals
Technological Opportunities
Communities of Learners Values Collaborative writing helps students overcome first person, single author inertia at the planning, revision, and editing stages of composition. Real-time collaborative invention allows individual learners to experience a wide range of approaches, styles, and strategies for achieving the goals of each assignment. As a tool for revision, collaborative writing helps students gain the ability to view their own writing from a third person perspective. When applied to editing, collaborative writing takes advantage of open source efficiency for discovering and fixing "bugs" or errors. Beyond these practical or tactical strengths, collaborative writing exercises contribute to more cooperative, active, and student-centered learning in general. Standards, guidelines, and principles for learning tasks emerge from practical and cooperative work. Thus, the primary goals and theories of the course become shared pathways to success, rather than ideal prescriptions or rules that can never be fully attained. http://www.d.umn.edu/~adanders/ Strategy Collaborative
Writing Exercises Discovering Purpose Recognizing Opportunity Decomposing the Task Community Examples Learning Evaluation & Aggregation Self-Analysis and Crowd Intelligence Focus & Feedback Effective cooperative learning exercises are targeted to interrupt "rote" or primarily mimetic approaches to assignments and materials; to facilitate the development of real purposes and intrinsic value for learning objectives; and to situate learning goals in the context of professional community work. Collaborative
Writing Processes http://backchan.nl/ https://chimein.cla.umn.edu/ http://docs.google.com/ http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2011/01/18/study_finds_large_numbers_of_college_students_don_t_learn_much http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/17/education/edlife/edl-17business-t.html http://twitter.com/AD_Anders http://cw4cl.backchan.nl/ adanders@d.umn.edu Find more on "Building Better Resumes" including
audio presentation and instruction sheet:
http://www.d.umn.edu/~adanders/betterresumes.html
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