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Robert Leneway
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Students as Collaborative Tutors

Best Practice Published 7/12/10 Last updated on 5/16/18
K-12 student are documenting their Math learning by recording themselves solving problems based on material discussed in class and sharing with others
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Robert Leneway

Posted on 8/28/10 4:15:37 AM Permalink

Nicole,

That is great to hear! Turn them loose and see what they come up with. You might be interested in seeing my blog, educating the digital tribe.

Nicole Dalesio

Posted on 8/28/10 2:14:48 AM Permalink

Wow! I was just today thinking I should do something just like what you are talking about here. One of my brand new students (a fifth grader) shared with me that he is fascinated with lego stop-motion projects, and has gotten really good at making them and posting them on YouTube. I said, "Yes, you should do a screencast about that, and teach the other students how to do it too." Now reading this, I am thinking I will have to teach students how to do this. This is great. You're motivating me. Thanks for sharing!

Adobe Education

Posted on 7/13/10 1:54:07 AM Permalink

This is really interesting and compelling. Thanks for sharing.