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Course Success Series: Structuring effective group work

Event Details

Wednesday, November 17, 2021
8:30-10 a.m.

Social learning, or group learning, is the most important way for students to gain experience and skills in collaboration, critical thinking, self-reflection, and the co-creation of knowledge. Learners benefit from frequent, meaningful opportunities to engage with each other.  However, there are also many challenges managing groups and teams for both the instructor and students.  In this session, instructors will explore strategies and develop a plan to manage student groups and facilitate productive group interactions.

In this session, you will:  

  1. Explore strategies and tools to help make group work more productive.
  2. Outline a plan for a group assignment or project.
  3. Reflect on and apply lessons learned from remote instruction.

Review resources prior to the session.
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The Course Success Series is presented by the Center for Teaching, Learning and Mentoring (CLTM). To view additional professional development opportunities, visit: