Presented by: Lara Schendzielorz 

Course Length: 60 Minutes


Course Description

Collaborative Learning is one of the Department's High Impact Teaching Strategies. Collaborative Learning occurs when students work as groups in different contexts and sizes. Studies have shown that there has been a measurable positive effect on student learning outcomes and interactions with one another, when they engage in well-designed group work. This course will explore ways in which you can engage students in effective collaborative learning activities that can be quickly and easily introduced when you are new to a class. These strategies will help to improve learning outcomes and  increase student engagement. 


Standards Addressed

3.2.2 - Plan, structure and sequence learning programs
3.3.2 - Use teaching strategies


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CRT2002 HITS Strategies: Collaborative learning in action - examples of meaningful tasks

  • Monday Mar 30 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • The TLN Online Learning Space