I love the idea of randomizing learning and giving students choice by using cubes and dice in the classroom. I recently began thinking what it might look like to use Flipgrid as part of this idea and now I can't turn my brain off!
I shared the idea of creating Kindness Cubes as an easy way to weave SEL into the classroom on Twitter.
After sharing, I kept thinking of different ways that you could use cubes and Flipgrid to design meaningful learning experiences for the classroom. Here are some of the additional ideas that I came up with:
Collaboration and group work can look very similar at first glance. They both involve students working together, they both may ask for solutions, and they both work best when there is a willingness to contribute. However, assuming these will produce the same results can send the wrong message to our learners and shed a negative light on real collaboration.
So, what is the difference? Here's my humble opinion...