Learning Inspired by Daniel Wilson: Collaborative Learning
Our Learning Inspired kicked off with a conversation between Daniel Wilson, director of Project Zero at Harvard Graduate School of Education, and Rosan Bosch.
Collaborative learning is essential today as it helps students to develop higher-level thinking skills, self-esteem and empathy. Therefore, collaboration is being promoted in schools and workplaces all over the world, although often without a deep understanding of how collaborative processes work best. Director Daniel Wilson will talk with Rosan Bosch about collaborative learning: How does it work? What are the differences between cooperating and co-creating? When is collaboration most effective? How can collaboration happen in a situation of online learning.
The conversation is in English with Spanish subtitles.