Global Collaboration to Conclude the Unit for 1E

One essential skills in the 21 century is collaboration.  As the conclusion of this unit, students assess each other’s work using Scribblar to collaborate online.  To better facilitate their participation, drawing happy faces will represent their assessment of the piece.  Basically they have 2 choices of drawing: “Yes, I like it a lot” or “Yes, I like it.” drawing.

Other visitors may want to join in by giving them some encouraging comments in writing.  So far we have teachers from several countries around the world commenting their work:  Ms. Maggie from an international school in Switzerland, Ms. Arnold from an international school in the Philippines and some teachers from our secondary campus.

Please keep it short so that students have plenty of room to do their assessment.  You can start by clicking the image below.

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One Response to Global Collaboration to Conclude the Unit for 1E

  1. spicecity says:

    The internet was really slow today and that effected our plan. Since we don’t have the time to do this in school, I’d like to encourage parents to assist their children in this peer assessment activity. There’re 20 drawings and they only need to assess 5. They can do that by drawing a happy face. It’s either a big sunshine smile for if they like it a lot and a regular smile if they like it a little. Choose any 5 to assess. Thank you for your collaboration.

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