Innovation in Action

Halton DSB

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The digital age has enabled the sharing of content to be easier than ever. With Cloud networks, projects and applications can be accessed on demand, which allows students to easily create, collaborate and reflect on their work. It also allows educators and administrators to effectively co-teach and co-plan, and provide timely feedback to the students.

Themes and IdeasThemes and ideas:


  • Critical thinking and problem solving
  • Professional development for technology-enabled teaching and learning
  • Creating co-learning opportunities for administrators, teachers and students

Viewer's ListThis video is for:
  • Classroom Educators
  • School Leaders
  • System Leaders

Video description:
This video discusses the use of Cloud technology and how it removes barriers to collaboration between learners, (e.g. between students, students and teachers, and between educators). Cloud computing is helping students develop higher order skills such as collaboration, problem solving and critical thinking.

Discussion QuestionDiscussion questions:
  • What are some of the benefits of having an online portfolio that students develop and add to from year-to-year?
  • How can technology be used to support the development of problem solving skills?
  • How do you see technology being used to support collaboration in your classroom? At the school level? At the board level?

Tools UsedTools that were used:
  • Desktop computers
  • Internet

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