Collaborative learning techniques and their extensions to virtual classrooms

  title={Collaborative learning techniques and their extensions to virtual classrooms},
  author={P. S. Steif and Anna Doll{\'a}r},
  journal={34th Annual Frontiers in Education, 2004. FIE 2004.},
A wide variety of classroom techniques are being advocated to increase learning: active learning, collaboration, integration of assessment and feedback, and the use of concrete physical manipulatives. Through the construction of learning modules, the authors have transformed these techniques into practical classroom tools. Learning modules often include relevant physical examples (classroom desktop experiments or demonstrations or schematics), PowerPoint presentations and, often, concept… CONTINUE READING


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