Previous Chapter Chapter One: Let Us Work Together Next Chapter
“I feel stronger working in groups . . .”
No response appeared in the student engagement survey with more frequency than that of getting to collaborate, talk, and work with their peers. Period.
Regardless of their age or region, the students who were surveyed insisted that this one strategy drew them into learning deeper than [Page 18]any other method. And it’s no surprise. After all, the research shows this to be true as well.
According to Linda Darling-Hammond and Brigid Barron in their 2012 post for Edutopia, “Research ...