Best Student-Collaboration Tools
Adding a social element to an activity can truly boost its learning value. These tools mix productivity and creativity, getting students to share and collaborate on projects, give and take feedback, annotate, brainstorm, make media, or just hang out. With ways to share research materials, notes on their thinking, and private notes with their teacher, kids will have opportunities to use their voices in the learning process. And with some reflection, students can also use metacognition to examine their own process. No matter the use, there's tech here that'll show students how collaboration leads to better knowledge building as well as the development of social and emotional skills like teamwork.