This contract will help get you and your students off to a great start before beginning your work online. Parents and administrators will also know what to expect from their students’ participation in your online classroom.
This is a printable parent consent form for getting your students under 13 years of age started with Collaborize Classroom.
Whether or not students have a problem speaking up in class, it’s important to teach them how to say something with substance to drive conversation forward. This resource provides concrete strategies that students can use to ensure their contributions will make your in-class and online discussions more successful.
Are you a silent moderator who allows your students to take charge in classroom discussions, or are you an involved participant who prefers to steer conversations to ensure they stay on track? Either way, this resource will provide excellent insight on each facilitation guide and how you do both successfully.
Our most popular resource, this Dos and Don’ts guide will help you establish clear expectations for online communication.
It’s essential to help your students ask the right kind of questions that will drive the right kind of participation and discussion. This resource will provide you and your students with helpful information on different question types and how to use them to motivate powerful discussions.