This is a series of provocations designed to provide resources for students to inquire into the Four C’s of 21st Century Learning. For more, click here.
The last in this mini series of posts on the 4 C’s of 21st Century learning. Collaboration can be a tricky one, especially when students equate it with group projects where only one kid does the work. But authentic collaboration is nothing like those group projects. Done right, it can be inspiring, fulfilling, and world-changing. Share these resources with students to help them inquire into the true nature of collaboration.
Resource #1: The Globemakers: Craft with a Modern Spin by Great Big Story
Resource #2: Filmbilder Animanimals videos: Ant & Crocodile
Resource #3: Mozart Symphony No. 40 by Berliner Philharmoniker
Resource #4: ÖVERALLT – IKEA collaborating with African designers by Ikea Today
Resource #5: Carl & the Meaning of Life by Deborah Freedman
- What is collaboration like when it works? What is it like when it doesn’t?
- How can collaboration help the individual? How can it help the group?
- What are is the responsibility of the individual when collaborating? What is the responsibility of the group?
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