Collaborative Tools

Changing the Learning Environment to Be More Collaborative

Google Docs

Google Docs is a powerful tool to get students (and teachers) collaborating in real-time.  Students can co-write stories, peer edit research papers, brainstorm and chart progress in project-based learning activities.

Answer Garden

Use Answer Garden for student feedback in a quick and easy format.

More Tools? Yes, Please!

Use this Bounce to share comments on a website.  Try it out with this article!

Next Steps?

How could you use collaborative tools in your classroom?  Be prepared to share out.  Make sure you add at least one new tool to your Symbaloo!