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What is collaborative learning? Collaborative learning is based on the view that knowledge is a social construct
What is the impact of collaborative learning or group work? Research shows that educational experiences that are active, social, contextual, engaging, and student-owned lead to deeper learning.
What are some examples of collaborative learning or group work activities? Students take a minute to create a challenging question based on the lecture content up to that point.ď‚·Students pose the question to the person sitting next to them.
How can you design group work assignments? First, 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.
How can you manage group work? Introduce the task. This can be as simple as instructing students to turn to their neighbor to discuss or debate a topic. Provide students with enough time to engage with the task. Walk around and address any questions as needed.
How can you evaluate group work? Student group work can result in the production of: wikis proposals reports of case studies in-class or video presentations posters
What are some general strategies to keep in mind when incorporating group work? ntroduce group work early in the semester to set clear student expectations. Plan for each stage of group work. Carefully explain to your students how groups will operate and how students will be graded.
Created by: mayra ochoa