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Method of teaching and learning Collaborative learning Cooperative learning Connected learning Connectivist learning (cMOOC), a form of experiential learning
Group size ≥2 Small, depends on several criteria: the age of the students, the task, the size of the class, their experience (optimal even as 4) up to 100 practically ~ 2000 was demonstrated (with the figure of no more than 150 active participants - Dunbar’s Number)
Group setup by skills and/or backgrounds Heterogeneous, Close friends may fail, Selection by instructor, Having students count off, friends and peers Free entrance
Level of education, age all schools lifelong learning, Informal learning post-secondary, Informal learning
Purpose of learning to explore a significant question, to create a meaningful project to make each member a stronger individual Interest-powered, personal interest, peer relationships, and achievement in academic, civic, or career-relevant areas,
share interests and are contributing to a common purpose
The process of creating connections and expanding or increasing network complexity. Decision-making, Currency (accurate, up-to-date) socially constructed knowledge.
Interaction methods face-to-face, online forums, chats, promotive interaction division of labor among students, face-to-face, assignment of specific roles and duties to students
Group processing of a task
peer interaction, self-directed threaded discussions, blog posts, Second Life and synchronous online meetings, mindmaps, forums, social dashboards, Twitter
learning activities collaborative writing, group projects, joint problem solving, debates, study teams structured By doing, experiential, projects, homework, Post-seminar reflections, group discussion suggested reading, lectures, weekly synchronous sessions, individuals and groups blogs or wikis around their own interpretations of the texts and lectures, and comment on each other’s work; individual and group RSS feed, aggregated by a special (freely available) tool, gRSShopper
skills Social,
academic subject matter,
interpersonal, teamwork,
effective leadership, decision-making, trust-building, communication, and conflict-management skills.
resolving conflicts when they arise
creative thinking, problem solving digital skills, perceiving connections between fields, ideas and concepts
Assessment method conversation analysis, statistical discourse analysis individually accountable,
and group accountability, group reward
diagnostic, formative, and summative traditional assessment is difficult

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