Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning in a Time of Crisis
A weekly webinar series about good practices of learning together online.
On Wednesdays, January 13th – April 7th 2021 – 3:00 – 4:00 pm (GMT, London UK)
The Learning Sciences Research Institute at the School of Education of the University of Nottingham invites you to participate in a webinar series with presentations from experts in the field of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning about good practices of learning together online. The series consists of 13 weekly presentations and subsequent Q & A with experts in the field. We highly recommend participating in the free webinar series and we would like to ask you to forward the invitation to interested colleagues:
The next webinar in this series will be presented by Remi Kalir and colleagues from the University of Colorado, Denver.
Title: Social Annotation as Justice-Oriented Collaborative Dialogue among K12 Educators
This presentation will introduce social annotation (SA) as an effective approach to online collaborative learning through practices and tools that enable the annotation of digital resources for information sharing, social interaction, and knowledge construction. Our team of five presenters–with expertise as teacher educators, learning scientists, literacy researchers, and educational technology leaders–will share guidelines for the design of learning environments and activity facilitation that feature SA as a means of examining and discussing topics of educational equity and justice. Specifically, we will share strategies for how teacher educators can productively facilitate justice-oriented collaborative dialogue via SA and engage K12 pre-service and in-service classroom teachers in SA activities as relevant to professional learning, digital pedagogy, and online student learning. Furthermore, our presentation will demonstrate how the Marginal Syllabus, a public CSCL initiative and curricular resource, supports teacher educators to leverage SA for collaborative dialogue about equitable and just educational practices.
You can stream the webinar and participate in the subsequent Q & A session here on Wednesday, January 20th 2021, 3:00 – 4:00 pm (GMT, London, UK):