Assessing Collaborative Problem Solving
In this interview, Professor Patrick Griffin, of the University of Melbourne, describes the social and cognitive skills teachers need to observe in their students whilst they carry out collaborative problem solving tasks. He explains how teachers can use tools such as rubrics or developmental progressions as a way of tracking their students progress in these skills over time, and to help identify where students need instruction, support and guidance in order to reach the next level of competence in a particular skill.
This video is part of the Competences for 21st Century Schools course on the European Schoolnet Academy. For more information go to www.eunacademy.eu