Collaborative group testing benefits high- and low-performing students.

  title={Collaborative group testing benefits high- and low-performing students.},
  author={Mauricio Javier Giuliodori and Heidi L. Lujan and Stephen E DiCarlo},
  journal={Advances in physiology education},
  volume={32 4},
We used collaborative group testing in a veterinary physiology course (65 students) to test the hypothesis that all students (e.g., high-performing and low-performing students of each group) benefit from collaborative group testing. In this format, students answered questions in the traditional format as individuals. Immediately after completing the exam as individuals, students answered the same questions in groups of two, and, finally, the same questions were discussed by the instructor and… CONTINUE READING
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