500 Tips on Group Learning

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Kogan Page, 2000 - Business & Economics - 135 pages
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With an ever increasing emphasis on continuing professional development, in-service training, plus widening participation in further and higher education, the importance of group learning has never been higher. Collaborative and co-operative learning is a crucial method for helping people get the most out learning, and because it offers the possibility to teach higher numbers, or diverse groups of people successfully, it has become an important technique for educators and trainers to call upon. Using the well-known, tried and tested 500 Tips format, this book provides practical, user friendly, easy-to-use advice and support which will enhance learning and training.READERSHIP: All those in education and training who are involved with or interested in group learning. The tips will be relevant to all environments, from academic situation, through to professional trainers and in-house learning.

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Phil Race is Programme Director of the Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education at European Business School (London), where he is also a visiting professor.

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