High Impact Teaching Strategy (HITS): Collaborative Learning
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Collaborative learning occurs when students work in small groups and everyone participates in a learning task. There are many collaborative learning approaches. Each uses varying forms of organisation and tasks. Collaborative learning is supported by designing meaningful tasks. It involves students actively participating in negotiating roles, responsibilities and outcomes.
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