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hello everybody and welcome to class for.January 17th this will be a pre-recorded.lesson which is not the normal for us so.there will be moments in this class.where I might ask you to pause and work.on a few things you'll be seen right.here this is our first week of class but.this will be your normal set up for.audio and video that you'll do at being.in a class so just be aware of that for.next week please go ahead and take a.moment to make sure your cell phones are.turned off make sure your door SH and.make sure that others know not to.disturb you for the next 30 or so.minutes as we work together our learning.objectives for the day is I want you to.be able to describe critical and.collaborative thinking and be able to.compare them to each other I want you to.be able to identify the benefits of.creating the learning community I want.you to be able to differentiate between.collaboration and simple interaction and.I want you to be able to identify the.negatives of creating competition in.learning environments so what I want you.to do right now before we get started on.their lesson I just want you to take.some time and think based off what you.currently know what you think a.successful and good learning community.would look like I want you just to pause.for a few minutes and just reflect in.your own mind there's nothing you need.to write down and when you're done go.ahead and restart the video and we will.continue on with the lesson good let's.move on so the start of our lesson we're.going to talk about critical thinking.critical thinking requires students and.people to explore reflect and analyze.different knowledge and ideas critical.thinking is a very very very desired.skill out in the workforce employers.want to hire people who have critical.thinking skills the problem we're.running into is that they can't find too.many people to have these critical.thinking skills and that's specifically.because we're not preparing students in.general education or in such in higher.education to have these skills.when we talk about critical thinking we.really need to focus on collaborative.thinking collaborative thinking is a.crucial component to critical thinking.and collaborative thinking is something.that will always outperform the.individual thinker so when we talked.about critical thinking you know we're.talking about analyzing and evaluating.and reviewing our own ideas and.collaborative thinking we're doing all.that but we're doing it in a group of.different people and these different.people obviously have different.perspectives and ideas that can help.change and refine our ideas and together.we can come up with ideas and knowledge.that you know by ourselves we would have.never been able to accomplish you know.the group working together will always.be able to outperform the one individual.thinker and when we talk about critical.thinking and why collaboration is so.important is because it helps us fight.our personal bias everybody prefers and.feels more comfortable with sticky with.the ideas and knowledge they currently.have.if it feels safe it feels better it's.much easier just to stick with what we.know.collaborative thinking helps us fight.those biases if we think that we our.information is correct and I know we've.always been told it's this way and then.we work as a grouping like how well.there's recent research has come out and.you know you need to be looking at it.this way and what why don't you read.this research article that I found and.it helps it helps alter those personal.biases and helps people see when they.you know they might have been thinking.incorrectly all along I found this.little video that I think does a very.good job of showing us what.collaboration is and what it looks like.I will go ahead and post that URL in the.chat box so that you can all go ahead.and open that up go ahead and pause our.lesson for a few minutes while you watch.this video and then feel free to come.back all right hopefully you enjoyed.that video it again it does a very very.good job of giving kind of a quick.overview of what collaboration is and.why.it's beneficial so hopefully you got.some good information out of that it's.time just to sit here and pause and.reflect what you should do is get out a.separate sheet of paper or if you're.sitting at your desk you and you have a.second screen you can always open up.Google Docs and do this on there but.based off what we have discussed how.would you describe critical thinking and.what benefits is a student gained from.critical thinking on top of that you.know what benefits does somebody get.from working collaboratively would be as.something else to reflect on so in two.or three sentences go ahead go ahead and.write down what you think and pause the.video what you do alright welcome back.hopefully you came up with some good.ways to describe critical thinking you.know along with like things like it's.analyzing skills its reflection working.collaboratively in a group helps fight.personal biases those will have all been.good things to write down all right now.we're going to look at learning.communities learning communities rely on.all members being in an environment of.open communication and critical.discourse and members need to share a.common purpose I can't emphasize this.enough common purpose if you are in a.classroom and you know we'll always have.that student that doesn't want to be.there they want to be doing something.else it's going to be hard to get that.student to invest in that learning.community because that student probably.doesn't necessarily have the same goals.as the other students in the class we.need to focus on that open communication.in that critical discourse as well.students need to know that they can.freely share their ideas and they need.to know that if their ideas are.challenged that it's not a slight.against them it's just we're trying to.refine our knowledge by discussing.different ways certain ideas and.knowledge can work ok this is we're.reflecting sharing listening and connect.all this where all this comes in.we're also we're really trying to do is.refine.our knowledge that we learn as a group.learning communities need leaders and.goals that keep them focused on the.desired outcome you know when we talk.about general education who do you think.the leader is right there we are the.leaders in our learning and environments.right we are the ones who are coming up.with the goals and we're the ones that.are leaving our classrooms on a day to.day to day basis we are part of our own.learning environments that we create we.are a member to this learning community.that we're creating in our classroom.okay and we are in some cases one of the.most important members because we're the.ones keeping everybody focused and.moving towards that common goal it's.important to note that simple.interaction does not equal collaboration.and what do I mean by this.as teachers we've all assigned group.work.what does group work typically look like.well if I went into a random classroom.and I saw them doing group work and I.went up to a group of three students I'm.sure one student would be you know if.there's a research maybe one students.you know reading through one of their.references they're gonna use the.everyone's looking through another.research paper they're going to use and.the third ones already working on their.PowerPoint presentation taking stuff and.putting it on there and if they have a.fourth member maybe the fourth member.plans on presenting it they're all doing.different things and they're all while.they're all completely not tasks.together they're not all really working.there together they're all working.separately while beating together and.that's not real collaboration if in.collaboration what they would be doing.if they were doing a research paper was.they'll all be going through that first.source together and discussing what's.the important information what.information are we going to take away.from this what what no is there a quote.in here we can use what was the what's.the big idea of that of this research.paper that we should take away and.they're gonna be discussing that with.each other that is what collaboration.really is everybody working together in.refining each other's knowledge.time to pause and reflect again what are.the benefits of creating the learning.community designed around collaborative.thinking and what would your ideal.learning environment look like so again.go ahead and pause for one or two.minutes and go ahead and write your.answers down on a separate sheet of.paper around the Google document all.right welcome back so ideas that I'm.sure plenty of you came up with would.include things like collaborative.thinking allows others to adjust your.knowledge and obviously overcome.personal biases allows them to.accomplish more in a group than they.could individually and why is that work.well in a learning community is because.that helps increase the learning of the.entire community together where as.opposed you of creating the learning.community of individual learners we're.creating a community of group learners.which is going to you know help keep.students interested and engaged and it's.going to help increase the learning.overall and what your ideal learning.environment looks like that's personal.to you and I would be interested to see.what those look like all right next we.have leadership reliance and competition.learning communities need to avoid.relying too much on designated leader.and will get and obviously for us that.means teachers learning communities need.to avoid relying too much on us as.teachers and we'll get into that more in.the following slide but this can even go.for in collaborative groups of students.if you put kids in a group of five and.one kid you know takes a leadership role.and all the kids are constantly just.deferring to what that one student wants.to do that's kind of hurting the.collaborative environment there if that.group.competitive environments can lead to a.shutdown and open communication and a.sharing of ideas we need to avoid.creating competitive environments in our.classrooms we can't entirely get away.from this as schools as we need to grade.students and grades 10th.can tend to lead to some sort of.competition but we need to avoid you.know off doing things like offering.prizes or designating winners and things.like that when it comes to things like.group projects or debating because when.we create those competitive environments.what will end up happening is as a class.if somebody has good no ideas they want.to share they might feel like they can't.they can't share anymore and what ends.up happening is the sharing of ideas.ends up shutting down because people.think well I think my idea is really.good why would I want to share that with.anybody who can take it from me so we.want to make sure we try not to breed.these competitive environments and what.it comes to creating competitive.environments and debating or we use the.baiting as a way of refining our ideas.that we have right so we don't want to.create that create that competitive.environment because when it comes to.that and debating but always ends up.happening is people stop really.considering the counterpoint and they.always stick firmly to the point you're.trying to get across because they want.to win and then on top of that people.who aren't as confident in themselves.might tend to stop debating altogether.because why they might think they have.great ideas you don't really they don't.want to be embarrassed and you know they.don't have to go through this.competitive environment so you know what.I'll just stay quiet and stay to myself.and that's something else we want you.know we don't want that to happen we.want everybody in our learning community.is to be able to freely share alright.time to pause and reflect again what are.the negatives to creating competition in.the learning environment and how would.you avoid creating a competitive.atmosphere on your own you know this.might be also a way to stop and think.have I created a competitive environment.in my classroom and if you have what are.ways you can alter your classroom to try.and get rid of that competitiveness go.ahead and pause this video for one or.two minutes while you go ahead and fill.this out and come back good hopefully we.all took the time to sit there and think.about know what what are some things.that we can avoid doing and what our own.classroom should look like.so we've talked about everything kind of.with the classroom but outside the.classroom but the main focus here is.what our classrooms look like what.should they look like how can we improve.ourselves in the classroom in our.classroom communities typical classroom.environments struggle to create critical.and collaborative thinkers we know this.know employers are already telling us we.need more critical thinkers we need more.collaborative thinkers and there's just.not a lot out there and that's because.these skills aren't learned you know you.can't send kids to a creative thinking.and collaboration class they learn these.skills in the general education.classroom K through 12 they learn these.in their classes in in college all the.way through but our classes aren't.really designed to create these critical.and collaborative thinkers we need to.change how we teach and how we design.our classrooms in order to accomplish.this our classroom management and.environments can easily be updated to.create more open and welcomed learning.communities again get away from just.doing simple group work and make sure.kids understand how to work.collaboratively use a simple tool that I.like to use is something called.think-pair-share.I talked about this type of activity all.the time.where you make kids think about a.certain problem so they're sitting there.and they're reflecting about what they.need to do you put them together in a.group where they have to share what they.think about the idea and they have time.to debate and discuss and figure out.know what is the best answer to this.problem and then they have to openly.share that with the class and then we.all decide you know what is the best.solution to what we're working on and.that is a very good collaborative.activity that anybody can take and put.into the classroom tomorrow and as.teachers we are the leaders in our.classroom environments we are very very.important we're the ones that are coming.up with the goals we're the ones that.are leading the class but we need to.give students the opportunity to find.knowledge and learn collaboratively with.each other students again should not.just be running to you every time they.need to know they're confused on.something.they should seek to help from classmates.we should put kids in learning groups so.that they can kind of bounce ideas off.of each other if students are.immediately running to us as teachers to.get confirmation on what they should and.should be doing or know you know if are.they correct are they wrong we're not.really building them up to be critical.thinkers and we're not really building.them up to work collaboratively they.need to learn to work through problems.and we need to help them do that so.sometimes sending a kid back to their.desk or appointing a student to other.classmates to work with is a much better.solution than just simply bowing to the.problem and giving students the.information that they're seeking all.right now we are to our final discussion.board activity all right what you'll do.is you'll open up your discussion board.just title it something like week one.critical and collaborative learning and.what I want you to do is spend some time.reflecting on your own classroom.environment and what I want you to do is.in one or two paragraph response.identify how your classroom Foster's.critical and collaborative thinking and.find aspects of your classroom.environment that you would update or.completely change to help create this.ideal learning environment for your.students so essentially in one paragraph.or the first half of your paragraph.write what you think you're doing well.based off what you learn identify what.are you currently doing that works and.then the second half your paragraph or.in your second paragraph write how you.would make changes based off what you.learned if you went back to your.classroom tomorrow how would you change.it how would you change your lesson.planning how would you change your.seating chart how would you change your.classroom management how would you.change these things to help create a.more an environment that fosters.critical thinking and collaborative.thinking and go ahead and pause while.you work on this and then come back and.we'll finish up class welcome back.everybody.I am very very excited to see the ideas.that you came up with for how you were.you would change your classrooms that.you can breed these atmospheres of.critical and collaborative thinking I.cannot wait to look through them alright.so we're at the end of class today so.let's go over some of the things that we.learned we learned critical and.collaborative thinking allows students.to explore reflect and analyze.information they are learning it helps.foster new ideas and ways of thinking.we've learned that learning communities.help create open communication and.critical discourse to help expand upon.the knowledge and learned and help fight.bias we learn collaboration it's not.simply mean working together to.accomplish a task but we learn to build.upon new ideas in knowledge we also.learned that learning environments that.rely on competitions shut down open.communication and idea sharing alright.these are the resources that I use today.for class the top is our classroom.textbook thinking collaboratively and.learning in a community of inquiry and.the last is the video that we watched.earlier in the lesson all right that's.going to be it folks I cannot wait for.us all to get together next week in our.live session and work together let's get.to talk to you and get to get to meet.all you an online person so this week if.you have any questions I know I'm not.here live today but please feel free to.email me any questions you have we can.also try and set up a time for us to.meet either through a phone call or.something like that all right everybody.I hope you have a good day and I'll see.you all next week.live in class bye-bye.

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