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Effective Use of Group Projects in Online Learning
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Contemporary Issues in Education Research Volume 9, Number 3, ISSN 1940-5847

Abstract

Group projects have long been used in face-to-face instruction to improve cognitive learning among its students. Group projects not only provide practical experience and allow students to practice the concepts they have learned, but also teach the students creative construction and group dynamics. As important as group projects have proven in conventional learning, they are rarely used in online education courses. This paper examines the foundations of effectively using group projects, and then demonstrates how to integrate them into online learning courses.

Citation

Ekblaw, R. (2016). Effective Use of Group Projects in Online Learning. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 9(3), 121-128. Retrieved August 12, 2020 from .

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