What is Collaborative Learning?

What is Collaborative Learning?

Collaborative Learning is when students complete a task or goal by working together as a true team.

In collaborative learning, people don't do it just because it's a requirement. They like working as a group because they value the contributions of each 

group member, and they truly believe that the end result will be better than if they had worked individually. Collaborative learning is not structured by the teacher; instead, the group truly functions as a team. They share authority, accept personal responsibility, and hold each other accountable for their work.

Collaborative learning is when students choose to work together as a team to accomplish the learning task or goal.

Source: Education Portal

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