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Using Group Work to Promote Deep Learning

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Laura Galloway

on 18 December 2013

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Transcript of Using Group Work to Promote Deep Learning

Group Work
Group work....
..is Cooperative
..must be Structured (sequencing)
..encourages Diversity and Cooperation
..enhances leaderships skills
..is not always relevant
..focuses on problem solving
..inspires positive interdependence (structure or complexity)
..can support individual contributions

Using Group Work to Promote Deep Learning
Cooperative Learning & Deep Learning
Keys Collaborative and
Group Learning
Team Selection
Instructor Selection v. Self Selection
Teams- playing cards (Aces, 2's), Colored folders
Data Sheet (group by knowledge, experience, skill, education)
Learning Styles (Vark)
Assign Roles- leader, scribe, facilitator, reporter (luck of the draw), folder monitor

Any Questions?
Collaborative Learning: Examples
Group & Cooperative Learning
Group work & Deep Learning
Pro-Con-Caveat Group Learning Activity
Group Selection
Cooperative Learning Examples: Online and Blended
1. Roundtable
open ended question posed by instructor
groups discuss and make list
report out (reporter-luck of draw)
2. Double Entry Journal (GO)
Read, watch, listen (Pre-work 0-10 pts)
Critical Points (5-7)
Pair-Share (Conversation)
Build One complete
3.Pro-Con-Cavate Grid (GO)
Complete P-C-C Grid (pre-work)
Discuss and create an group final product
Perfect for group debate (luck of draw)
4. Jigsaw (GO)
Expert Group Discussion (same main topic)
Go back to home group and discuss expert group findings


Motivational Context: Student' motivation is intrinsic, and they experience a need to know something .
Active Learning: Students are actively involved, rather than passive.
Interaction with Others: There are opportunities for exploratory talk.
A Well-Structured Knowledge Base: Content is taught in integrated wholes and related to other knowledge, rather than presented in small separate pieces.

Careful Sequencing

Repetition without Rote
Thank you!
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