collaborative learning

group of 18th century era men talking togetherAlternative terms for collaborative learningExamples and Resources for High-Impact Practice: Collaborative Learning

Whether in informal learning groups, task-based teams or required study groups, research has shown that students learn best when actively involved in their own teaching and learning. Other terms used for this kind of learning strategies are: cooperative learning, collective learning, learning communities, peer teaching, peer learning, reciprocal learning, team learning, study circles, study groups, and work groups.

Click on the images below to find resources and suggestions for your course design strategies in fostering collaborative learning.

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General Resources on Collaborative Learning
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