Encouraging Student Collaboration Using TodaysMeet and Lino
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Teachers are always searching for ways for students to be able to collaborate and share ideas in a safe environment. The sharing of ideas online is a great way to extend the learning process outside the four walls of the classroom, but teachers have been hesitant to use this method due to privacy and “control” issues. In this edWeb.net webinar, held by the TechTools for the Classroom community, tech instructor Shannon Holden revealed two excellent online collaboration tools that give educators the privacy and control they need!
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