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Collabor Learning

Collaborative Learning

Collaborative activities are most often based on four principles: The learner or student is the primary focus of instruction. Interaction and "doing" are of primary importance. Working in groups. Structured approaches to developing solutions.
What are some examples of collaborative learning or group work activities? Stump your partner Think-pair-share/ Write-pair-share Catch-up Fishbowl debate Case study Team-based learning Group problem solving
The benefits of collaborative learning include: Development of higher-level thinking, oral communication. Promotion of student-faculty interaction. Increase in student retention, and responsibility. Exposure to understanding of diverse perspectives. Preparation for real life social.
How can you design group work assignments? think about the course learning outcomes and how group work might address them. Then consider how groups will be organized, how student learning and group processes will be supported, and how students will be evaluated, if at all.
What is collaborative learning? Collaborative learning is based on the view that knowledge is a social construct
How can you evaluate group work? wikis proposals reports of case studies in-class or video presentations posters
What are the three steps to manage group work? Introduce the task. Provide students with enough time to engage with the task. Debrief. Call on a few students to share a summary of their conclusions. Address any misconceptions or clarify any confusing points. Open the floor for questions.
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