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Effective group learning presentation (ppt 03) v0.6
Effective group learning presentation (ppt 03) v0.6
Effective group learning presentation (ppt 03) v0.6
Effective group learning presentation (ppt 03) v0.6
Effective group learning presentation (ppt 03) v0.6
Effective group learning presentation (ppt 03) v0.6
Effective group learning presentation (ppt 03) v0.6
Effective group learning presentation (ppt 03) v0.6
Effective group learning presentation (ppt 03) v0.6
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  • 1. EFFECTIVE LEARNING IN GROUPS Instructional Strategies for Adults ADLT 603 – Spring 2010 Brandy Peterson; Kris Tritschler; Jonathan West; Eunjin Yoo
  • 2. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • 3. PRIOR EXPERIENCE OF LEARNING IN GROUPS
  • 4. TYPES OF GROUP LEARNING
  • 5. MEANINGFUL LEARNING
  • 6. GROUP LEARNING WORKSHEET 1
    • Set 1
      • Eliminating bias against group activities
      • Keeping the activities on track
    • Set 2
      • Ensuring group participation
      • Keeping awareness of speed and flow
    • Set 3
      • Establishing ground rules
      • Creating a climate for learning
  • 7. READINESS ASSURANCE PROCESS
  • 8. EXAMPLES OF GROUP LEARNING STRATEGIES
  • 9. MAKING THE CONNECTION
    • What key ideas will you take away about meaningful and effective learning in groups?
    • How will you put these into practice?
    BRIDGING THE GAP

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