Virtual whiteboards are hugely popular and for a good reason. They have many uses to support learning and teaching, but how do you know whether your use of your favourite tool will help with learning or teaching or just make for a fun distraction?
In today’s #FiveWaysEdu post, I explore five approaches that might help steer you in the right direction supported with a bunch of further reading opportunities, should that whet your appetite to learn more.
Here’s today’s infographic:
Here are the references for ease of access:
Johnson, D. W., & Johnson, R. T. (2014). An educational psychology success story: Social interdependence theory and cooperative learning. Educational Researcher, 43(5), 258-267.
Novak & Canas, (2006). The Origins of the Concept Mapping Tool and the Continuing Evolution of the Tool. ResearchGate 5(3):175-184