Review of literature on small-group learning. Examines roles of teacher & students, types, technologically related tasks, achievement levels, motivation & self-esteem, problem solving and student interaction.
# 17964 | 2,025 words | 14 sources | 1989 |
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From the Paper:"The focus of the undertaken study is upon whether small group learning of industrial and technological skills is differentially effective depending upon whether the teacher forms the learning groups, or the students themselves form the groups. So that the study may be viewed within the context of the existing research in the field, this study examines the literature on small group learning.
Small Group Learning
The importance of grouping for effective learning in general has been a concern of educators for many years. Indeed, as early as 1929, Purdom noted that there already existed a large amount of literature on the topic of efficacious grouping. Many of the debates concerning grouping have been centered around whether (...)"
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