Open Space Member • 25 March 2022
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Lots of teachers are making use of collaborative learning.  It has many advantages: it is great for developing communication and team work; it can help to personalise learning and it can help to create an authentic, work-like environment.  And OK, let's admit it, it can be a lot less stressful than lecturing!

However, putting learners into groups and giving them problems to solve should not be treated as the automatic approach to teaching.  It can be a slow way of learning - if teachers have...

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