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COLLABORATIVE LEARNING

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Transcript of COLLABORATIVE LEARNING

WHAT IS "COLLABORATIVE LEARNING"?
Collaborative Learning is...
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT? WHAT IS THE IMPACT?
COLLABORATIVE LEARNING
By Juliet & Yahnee
Collaborative vs Cooperative
COLLABORATIVE LEARNING IS TEAMWORK
COLLABORATIVE LEARNING IS TEAMWORK
SUMMARY
Development of higher-level
thinking, oral communication, self-management, and leadership skills
Promotion of student-faculty interactions
Increase in student memory
retention, student self-esteem
and responsibility
Exposure to as well as develop
an increase in understanding of diverse perspectives
Preparation for real life social and employment situations
Four Principles of Collaborative Learning
The learner or student is the primary focus of instruction
Working in groups is an important mode of learning
Structured approaches to developing
solutions to real-world problems should
be incorporated into learning
Interaction and
"doing" are of primary importance
an educational approach that involves a group of learners working together to solve a problem, complete a task or create a product.
* Mutual engagement of participants

* A coordinated effort to solve the problem
* Continuous shared conceptions of the problem
* A division of labour
* Individual responsibilities of each sector/part
* Coordination when assembling partial results
'In classrooms where a sense of community is built,students are the crew not the passengers.'

- Chris Watkins
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