Collaborative Learning to Foster Student Engagement

Collaboration is critical both for student engagement and for career readiness. Collaborative learning forces students (who might not participate) to engage with the material and work with others to pursue a common goal. This presentation will share examples of how instructors can regularly engage students in group activities including collaborative writing projects, online group blogs, group research presentations, and peer editing. Each activity has a different goal, building different skills and fostering unique forms of student engagement. Although students find the collaborative work challenging, in the instructor’s end-of-term reviews, many list their collaborative activities as the highlight of the semester. Register here for this Zoom session.

Center for Teaching and Learning
Date: Jun 13 2023 11:00am - 12:00pm
Virtual event
Phone: 718.982.4007
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