Saturday, 23 September 2017

Seven Strategies to Enhance Learning through Group Work

Seven Strategies to Enhance Learning through Group Work

Love or hate it, group work can create powerful learning experiences for students. From understanding course content to developing problem solving, teamwork, and communication skills, the lessons learned through group work may endure well beyond the end of a course. So why is it that so many students (and some faculty) hate it? 

Coming March 5, Seven Strategies to Enhance Learning through Group Work will give you insights and specific strategies that you can employ to make group work more enjoyable and more successful for your students and for you.

This online seminar will break group work down into five accessible components so you can be sure that every project covers all the bases. 

After participating, you will know:
- Why small group learning is an effective teaching strategy
- The principles and elements of collaborative learning
- Strategies and best practices for implementing and assessing small-group learning in courses at various levels and across disciplines
- How to apply the principles and practices to your own courses to enhance student learning

When done well, group work leads to more successful, more satisfied students who become highly valuable employees.

Registration is now open and includes access to the live event, 30 days of on-demand viewing for you and your department, and a copy of the recording, transcript, and supplemental materials on CD.

This seminar will deliver current concepts and emerging best practices, so it can help advance the skills of seasoned faculty and new instructors alike.






Contact us:
Department of Academic Development & Quality,
Level 3, Chancellory Building,
Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris,
35900 Tanjung Malim,
Perak Darul Ridzuan.
Tel: +6 05-4506457/ 6458
Fax: +6 05-4594645