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    “Most learning takes place in communities.” (2005). This could be informal communities, such as a conversation at a workplace, or it could be a more formal setting such as a distance education course. Regardless of the level of formality, humans learn from one another through communication in some fashion. The issue for educators, then is how best to channel this natural tendency for learning, and how to best utilize technology in the process. Therefore, computer-supported collaborative learning

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    COLLABORATIVE LEARNING Collaborative learning is founded on the idea that the learning process is a naturally social act which requires the participants to talk among themselves. Collaborative learning involves small groups of students who act on a structured learning activity to solve a problem, complete a task, or create a product. In simpler terms, the students work in groups to learn or understand a new concept they are studying. In this learning approach, it is important to understand that the

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    Krischner et al. (2006) in there article describes the social and cognitive factors driving teamwork in collaborative learning environments; mainly he focused on team learning beliefs and behaviors by performing different experiments. According to him a team is more than a group of individuals in the same space either physical or virtual. This article describes when and how teams in collaborative learning environments engage in building and maintaining mutually shared cognition and reveals conditions in

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    assigned to them in collaborative learning process. Each students has a very important role in having a collaborative work. Learning is what students “do” and not what they “get” as passive receivers. The teachers are the facilitators of the students and not the “giver” of knowledge. Through this process the students learn not by being fed the information, but rather giving their own insights on a certain topic as well as the insight of others. One of the benefits of Collaborative Learning is the vast difference

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    Use of Collaborative and Cooperative Learning

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    Collaborative and cooperative learning promotes student learning through group-oriented activities. Collaborative learning is a method of teaching and learning in which student teams will work together to create a meaningful multimedia project. Cooperative learning, which will be the primary focus of this paper, is a specific kind of collaborative learning. In cooperative learning, students work together in small groups on a structured activity. Cooperative groups will work face-to-face and will

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    I would love to contribute my analytical mind, international experience, and lateral thinking to the HBX collaborative learning culture. An analytical mind is essential to strategy and innovation because only a detailed understanding of the underlying problem enables the discovery of a novel approach to solving the actual cause rather than just the problem. Throughout my extensive training in computer science, I developed comprehensive analytical abilities such as conceptual problem decomposition

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    Collaborative According to Barbara et al. (1992) “Collaborative learning” is an umbrella term for a variety of educational approaches involving joint intellectual effort by students, or students and teachers together. Usually, students are working in groups of two or more, mutually searching for understanding, solutions, or meanings, or creating a product. Collaborative learning activities vary widely, but most center on students’ exploration or application of the course material, not simply the

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    Educators and researchers have never stopped the examination of the importance and relevance of collaborative learning that are encouraged by middle schools. When compared with studying alone, I personally believe that it is far more beneficial to students when working in groups for the following reasons. First off, working in a group finishing group projects can be very conducive for students since they can help students to study more effectively and get exposure in real-world issues. If teachers

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    is crucial to dissect the significance of education and provide students with principles to apply to their everyday learning experience and not just a label on their diploma. At the prestigious TC I dream to fervently study to spark the working minds of aspiring scholars to explore the authentic meaning and function of education. In addition, I hope to create a collaborative learning environment in schools filled with curiosity and inquiry in which all participants are both teachers and learners.

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    What is collaborative learning? Collaborative learning is an instructive way to deal with teaching and learning that involves groups of students working together to tackle an issue, finish a task, or make a product. According to Gerlach (1994), collaborative learning is “based on the idea that learning is a naturally social act in which the participants talk among themselves.” When collaborative learning strategies are utilized to support instruction, students have tendency to be more engaged, retain

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