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Engage Student Learning Through a Group Project Using G Suite

Use these resources to develop and implement an assignment to engage students in a collaborative learning project using G Suite tools.
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Engage Student Learning Through a Group Project Using G Suite
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    The Learning Center provides tutorials and resources around each of the tools in G Suite as well as access to tips for using them for teaching and learning from Google Certified Teachers. Watch short video clips, learn tips and tricks, and explore the tools offered by Google.
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    The Buck Institute for Education is a non-profit focused on developing research, resources, a community, and professional development for project-based learning in K-12 education. Their website is very useful in helping teachers get started with PBL in addition to providing resources to support them in the development of a variety of projects.
  • edutopia.org
    edutopia.org

    Deeper Learning: A Collaborative Classroom Is Key

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    This article presents a useful framework and tips for supporting students in productive, collaborative work.
  • edutopia.org
    edutopia.org

    Not Just Group Work -- Productive Group Work!

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    Another good resource that provides strategies for creating the appropriate structure and environment to make group projects productive learning experiences.
  • edweek.org
    edweek.org

    G-R-O-U-P W-O-R-K Doesn't Spell Collaboration

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    An administrator examines the structure and requirements for facilitating successful collaboration among K12 students.
  • pdkmembers.org
    pdkmembers.org

    Phi Delta Kappan Professional Development Discussion Guide

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    On pages 7 - 9, the PDK guide provides discussion points for “G-R-O-U-P W-O-R-K Doesn't Spell Collaboration” and an exercise that uses Google tools to create a school plan for collaboration.
  • eric.ed.gov
    eric.ed.gov

    ERIC - The Effects of Cooperative Learning Experience on Eighth Grade Students' Achievement and Attitude toward Science, Education, 2010

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    This study divided eighth grade students into traditional, direct instruction groups and cooperative learning groups to learn a unit on reproduction and development. The cooperative study groups used the Learning Together technique developed by D.W. Johnson and R.T. Johnson, which uses a structure for creating a group goal, sharing ideas/materials and dividing labor. Over the course of the project, students shared the tasks of spokesperson. writer, supervisor, outfitter and other role functions.
  • co-operation.org
    co-operation.org

    What is Cooperative Learning?

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    Researchers, David W. Johnson and Roger T. Johnson, argue that “The impact of cooperative learning on achievement means that if schools wish to prepare students to take proficiency tests to meet local and state standards, the use of cooperative learning should dominate instructional practice.” Cautioning that effective teacher practice must be based on validated theory, Drs. Johnson and Johnson offer a thorough and practical overview of research related to K12 cooperative learning, which can ser