Collaboration & Personalization
Differentiated Learning and Learning to Work Together
Collaboration skills are increasingly recognized as a fundamental part of the 21st century curriculum, both as a means of achieving curricular goals and as a core educational objective. Likewise, today’s educators acknowledge that addressing students’ individual needs in the classroom context is a crucial component of effective instruction.
In the past, the physical nature of school environments, the types of available resources and limited time have impeded the creation of differentiated and collaborative learning environments.
Today, educational technology can play a key role in enabling educators to overcome these obstacles and to adopt curricula and pedagogies that foster collaborative and personalized learning.