Digital collaboration is essential for the effectiveness of online classes. Digital collaboration means working together with others online to reach the goal. In Digital collaboration, students share thoughts and work in small pairs. It permits pupils to work on their communication and hearing skills. It helps students to recognize the importance of collaboration and devotion.
From strategy to the selection of furniture and technology, a classroom is intended to inspire and facilitate cooperative, collaborative learning between and among students of various languages and cultures. The role of the instructor changes dramatically in digital collaboration instead of taking center stage, they assume a facilitative, assistive role and organize instruction to maximize student freedom and interaction through the use of available digital technologies. For example, a group of students (no matter the size) can make digital projects and stories by using movie-making software and various images, music, and narration for better understanding.
We’ve put together a list of our top four tips for understanding, facilitating, and assessing successful collaboration in the digital classroom.
1. Choose your digital tool wisely
2. Build strategies and routines
3. Plan for your assessment
4. Determine your collaboration type