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Affordance 5: Collaborative Intelligence

Adaptive Learning

Empowering Learning through Collaboration

Collaborative Intelligence is a transformative concept in adaptive learning, where the focus is on melding individual talents and insights to foster a rich, communal learning experience. It's about leveraging both external motivators, such as institutional rewards, and intrinsic motivators that arise from engaging, collaborative tasks.

Key Elements of Collaborative Intelligence:

  1. Social Learning Dynamics - Understanding how social interactions and collaborative efforts enhance the learning process.

  2. Balancing Motivation - Exploring the interplay between extrinsic rewards and intrinsic motivation in a collaborative setting.

  3. Feedback and Fun - Introducing enjoyable, interactive methods for feedback that stimulate engagement and motivation.

  4. Real-world Parallels - Assessing collaborative contributions that mirror real-world team dynamics and knowledge sharing.

This approach transforms learning into a shared journey, with each participant contributing to and benefiting from the collective intelligence of the group.

For more in-depth discussions and resources on these concepts, watch the videos below or visit NewLearningOnline.com.

Social Learning

Collaborative Learning Dynamics

Extrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation

Success and Failure in Performance Based Assessments

For more information see: NewLearningOnline.com

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