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Social and Emotional Factors
Social and emotional factors
Social Learning

Learning can be fun and in order for it to be effective it should be! Some learners however find the idea of learning in isolation quite traumatic and de-motivating and many learners need to be involved socially when they learn. This involves working in groups, or being able to collaborate with at least one other person.

Examples of Social Learning
  • Group tasks

    Any task that involves small groups can facilitate social learning – it is important ...

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