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This post was crafted in collaboration with Rebecca Taub (Brown University), Petra Bonfert-Taylor,Erin DeSilvaPrudence Merton, and Kes Schroer (Dartmouth).

Students in a group meeting.Group work can take many forms, from short discussions to term-long projects. In our Active Learning Canvas site, we have resources on many activities that could be group based, such as Case Study ApproachCreating a Shared Knowledge BasePeer Instruction, and of course Team-Based Learning...continue reading "Using Student Groups in Your Teaching "