The classroom is a dynamic space, and iPads can be powerful tools for students to interact with one another. In this video from EdTechTeacher,  Greg Kulowiec shares six ways that students can use iPads to collaborate on projects. See his post on Edudemic for a breakdown of each way.

In every Choices curriculum unit students work in groups to have collaborative discussions, build on others’ ideas, and formulate persuasive arguments.  The apps mentioned in the video above would easily support this type of group work.

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