Get isolated students working cooperatively again. Discover creative and effective grouping options.
For students to maximize their learning, they need to experience the content personally. It is no longer adequate only to tell students what they need to know. Group learning is an excellent way to help them assimilate information and retain more.
The COVID-19 pandemic has encouraged students to be more self-motivated and eager to discover. As they return to classrooms, now is a perfect time to use groups to enable these independent thinkers to be in charge of collaborating on their paths to knowledge and skills.
- What are creative ways to assemble groups?
- What partnerships and pairing activities are most successful?
- How can you magnify teacher effectiveness?
- How are project-based and performance-based groups more than cooperative learning?
- How should design learning groups and agile learning groups work?
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