When it comes to group work, we need to know what the instructional options are and take into account the goals, the learners, and the learning context.
Effective group work activities require clearly defined goals and grading policies. What are you asking students to do and why? How will they be graded?
All collaborative learning is done in a group (or at least pairs), but not all group work is inherently collaborative. The trick is to structure the activity in a way that makes students work together
By Cynthia J. Brame, CFT Assistant Director and Rachel Biel, CFT undergraduate intern Print Version Cite this guide: Brame, C.J. and Biel, R. (2015). Setting up and facilitating group work: Using coop