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The Benefits of using Collaborative Learning Strategy in Higher Education

Journal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.7, No. 6)

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Page : 217-224

Keywords : Learning; collaborations; students; instructors; and higher education;

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This paper seeks to quantify the value of group work in the classroom. The benefits of group study on academic achievement are investigated here. To study together is to embrace a way of life and an approach to education. As the theory goes, when individuals get together in groups, they are better off working together to achieve their objectives rather than engaging in unhealthy intragroup rivalries to figure out how to handle sticky situations. The principles of the online learning community were included. However, today's schools encourage rivalry among students as they compete for higher test scores, better scholarships, and more prestigious college admissions. To shift this paradigm, it is necessarily important to include collaborative learning into every stage of a child's education, from pre-K to college. Teachers need to take on an innovative role if they want to influence their students' conduct. They have to give up lecturing in favor of active classroom participation. The research indicates that when students work together to learn, their knowledge and classroom involvement improved. It suggests that universities should promote collaborative learning spaces because of the positive energy they may bring to the classroom. Teachers and students alike may gain from the cooperative learning approach by sharing and discussing ideas and analyzing challenges as a group

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