2018
June 18-20
Anaheim, CA

5 Key Strategies for Teamwork as an Effective Practice in an Online Classroom

(unscheduled)
Location
Track
 
 
Avila
Technology Innovation
 
 

Working in teams either brings groans or squeals of delight from students. As instructors, we want students to squeal with delight and learn. Therefore, we will be sharing about a project that aimed at engaging students in meaningful learning through the effective use of teams. Collaboration is a skill that is often sought from employers and a skill that we can teach our students. The five key strategies used to form and facilitate the teams will be identified and described. Additionally, pre/post assessment scores will be shared. Lastly, future directions will be discussed with audience input.

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