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Practical Strategies for Implementing Collaborative Learning in the Classroom | WORKSHOP

Hosted by Darryl Yong from Claremont/Harvey Mudd

Wednesday, February 8, 2017
  2–3 p.m.

Location: Surge Building 170
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Category: Training


On behalf of the Computing and Communications’ Instructional Design & Faculty Technology Support Team, we invite you to learn about collaborative learning. Collaborative learning (sometimes referred to as group work or cooperative learning) involves coordinating groups of students to work on a common task. It can be a great strategy to boost student motivation and engagement in critical thinking, problem-solving, and perspective taking. In this workshop, participants will learn about the benefits of collaborative learning experiences that support their learning outcomes. Participants will also gain insights on planning, implementing, and assessing group work and dealing with common issues that arise when students work in groups. 

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Instructional Design Analysts are available to assist you with identifying resources, information, or strategies that will enable effective teaching and learning in your courses. Contact them with any questions or requests at

Instructors, staff, TA's , and Post Docs welcome!

Additional Information:

Open to: Faculty/Staff Only
Admission: Free
Sponsor: iLearn

Contact Information:
Sheryl Hathaway