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Section 4: Collaborative Learning

Many active learning strategies are designed to involve individual students. However, there is an added benefit when activities encourage cooperation and collaboration among students.
This section is separated into three subsections:

Each subsection of this module explores a number of collaborative learning strategies that may work in your classroom. They are designed to help students process and retain lecture material more efficiently in their long term memories. While they may require more preparation time as well as class time, it is time well spent.

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