Week_07_Lecture_-_Collaborative_Learning

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10/13/2011 1 COLLABORATIVE/TEAM BASED LEARNING EGR 100 Spring 2011 Reading Check-1 A. Group discussion B. Think-Pair-Share C. Jig Saw D. Leader led discussion E. None of the above
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10/13/2011 2 Reading Check-2 The statement “The team members must rely on each other to achieve the goals” best describes which attribute of Collaborative Learning? A. Face-to-Face Interaction B. Individual Accountability C. Positive Interdependence D. Group Processing E. Group Strategy Collaborative Learning • Why collaborative learning? • What is meant by collaborative learning? • What does collaborative learning look like? • What are the attributes of collaborative learning?
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10/13/2011 3 Why Collaborative Learning? Why Collaborative Learning?
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10/13/2011 4 Collaborative Learning Cooperative Learning involves students working in teams to accomplish a common goal , under conditions that involve both positive interdependence (all members must cooperate to complete the task) and individual and group accountability (each member is accountable for the complete final product and learning).
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