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Ch 5: Collaborative Learning & Group Work in a Flipped Classroom

About This Chapter

Review the teacher resources in this short chapter to examine the basics of collaborative learning and group work in the flipped classroom. Our engaging lessons offer tips and strategies for implementing and utilizing these educational approaches in your school.

Collaborative Learning & Group Work in a Flipped Classroom - Chapter Summary

In this self-paced chapter is a comprehensive overview of collaborative learning and group work in a flipped classroom. Examine the definitions of collaborative learning and group work, explore their benefits and review examples of their use in the flipped classroom. You'll also review strategies that make it easy for you to incorporate these educational approaches in your classroom.

This chapter's flexibility lets you study the lessons any time, using any computer mobile device with an Internet connection. Take multiple-choice quizzes to check your knowledge of the lessons, and feel free to submit any questions you have about topics covered in this chapter to our experts.

How It Helps

  • Builds awareness: This chapter ensures you have a quality understanding of concepts like collaborative learning and group work.
  • Shares examples: Get a deeper understanding of the educational approaches in this chapter and their uses in the flipped classroom by exploring examples presented in the lessons.
  • Discusses implementation: The lessons offer strategies you can use to incorporate group work and collaborative learning into your flipped classroom.

Skills Covered

By the end of this chapter, you will be ready to do the following:

  • Define and discuss the benefits and theory of collaborative learning
  • Use the collaborative learning educational approach in your flipped classroom
  • Share examples of and benefits of group work in the classroom
  • Implement and utilize group work in your flipped classroom

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