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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Learning in groups, rather than in formal lectures or presentations, allows students to have greater scope to negotiate meaning and express themselves and their own ideas. It also helps them to establish far more effective releationships, not only with their tutors and trainers but with each other. Yet many tutors and trainers find the leadership role required when working in groups difficult to perform satisfactorily and revert to their traditional role as subject expert and prime talker.
This handbook is a truly comprehensive guide for anyone involved in groupwork, containing advice and practical exercises to develop group learning skills for both learners and tutors. This new edition has been thoroughly updated, containing valuable new material throughout on group learning and collaborating online, action research and the role of reflection and emotional intelligence.
Previous ed.: 2000.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of contents provided by Syndetics
- Principles of Group Dynamics
- Studies of Group Behaviour
- Approaches to Learning
- Communicating in Groups
- Aims and Purposes of Groups
- Group Activities
- The Role of Tutor and E-Moderator
- Learning Groups in Context
- Assessing and Evaluating with Groups
- Resources and activities
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|No cover image available||Learning in groups by Jaques, David ©2007|