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Group Work

why and strategies for quality group work
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Brendan Murphy

on 6 July 2011

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Transcript of Group Work

Click anywhere & add an idea Learning is Social Teachers don't like groups work because:
It is messy
noisy
Teachers fear they will do all the work
Teachers fear there is no correlation to standards Why is it essential When given the opportunity to work with one another they benefit from the kind of persistence necessary for formal scientific thought Students must be exposed on a regular basis to adapt the collaborative learning. Partnertalk is the exchange
of info between two people
to establish
procedures and meaningful questions. Audible and visual signals are important
questions should be suited for short conversations 4 Strategies:
Question generation
summarization
prediction
classification Roles:
Questioner
Clarifier
Predictor
Summarizer Teacher Posts questions online through a discussion board
students respond to each other
students need to be registered into a website maintained by teacher Problem based learning
creates eaningful opportunites to build knowledge collaboratively
students repsonsible for their learning and final product
task is deliberatively ill-defined
requires full participation of all
reflects real world
students able to asses themselves Start year off with 1-2 people until you have a good sense of who might need additional support
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