Four Types of Group Work Activities to Engage Students

“Collaboration helps to develop many of the key skills that will be required of students for their future success. Students can develop many of these so-called “soft skills,” or Essential Employability Skills, by engaging in group work and other forms of collaboration (Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development 2005).”

Source: www.facultyfocus.com

Common sense suggestions and a strong bibliography make this article useful for anyone struggling with how to make group work… work! 

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