Working together to solve problems and complete projects deepens students' learning and builds collaborative skills. Learn how to design activities to help develop these skills.
- The 3 Ds learning model is designed to facilitate deeper learning and increase student motivation.
- Encouraging middle and high school students to talk through differences of opinion can make for stronger projects and greater learning gains.
- The popular Google app facilitates meaningful collaboration for both remote and in-class students.298
- Collaboration is beneficial for student learning, and a strategy designed for distance learning makes it manageable and engaging.
- A novel activity using little more than geometric shapes can help students examine complex problems and connect big ideas.3.3k
- An instructional coach and math teacher who developed a powerful model for student collaboration have tweaked it for the pandemic.2.6k
- Collaborative learning doesn't have to fall by the wayside when you're teaching online. These tech tools and strategies will get students working together in no time.563
- This simple activity helps students practice giving and receiving peer feedback—and gets them out of their desks.9.3k
- When students are taught to listen to each other’s ideas, give regular feedback, and focus on strong communication, they become skilled collaborators.3.2k
- Giving students randomly assigned roles in their group work helps ensure that they all participate.11.7k
- Six factors to consider in designing lessons to help increase student engagement behaviorally, emotionally, and cognitively.23.5k
- In a four-step activity called “Try It, Talk It, Color It, Check It,” students work through problems together and explain their mathematical thinking—all on Zoom.411
- A four-step approach to group work can get students talking and boost their mathematical and metacognitive thinking.4.4k