Date(s) - 04/07/2017
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
NWQ 1975 (Active Learning Classroom)
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There are 5 spaces reserved, 15 are still available.
Effective active learning strategies rely on embedding five principles of collaborative group work into the entire course design. However, longer term team projects or even short break out groups often lose focus, involve only a few of the group members, or fail or meet the learning goals due to conflict and poor use of time. This complex learning strategy can leave students and the instructor disappointed and frustrated.
Part I: Group learning has demonstrated gains across multiple dimensions of student learning. Oftentimes, the essential features of forming effective student work groups are missed, setting up groups to struggle the whole semester. Part I explores the key features of setting up groups well, and what type of projects best utilize small group learning. Rather than miss creating the crucial features of small group learning, examine the five well researched principles of small group learning that help drive student groups or teams to their highest potential. How should group leadership be handled and how is uneven group contribution countered?
Participants will receive the CETL booklet, Small Group Learning. Active learning classroom instructors are strongly encouraged to attend. Participants may opt to achieve the Certificate in Small Group Learning.
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