Learning Communities

Some articles on learning communities, learning:

Florida Atlantic University - Student Life - Residential Life
... Within its existing residential life programs, Florida Atlantic offers a number of Learning Communities for freshmen and students with similar interests and ... The university's Learning Community programs are divided into two categories, Freshman Learning Communities and Living Learning Communities ...
Classical Examples of Collaboration - Academia
... Learning Community Dr ... Roth and Lee also claim that this led to changes in learning and teaching design in which students were encouraged to share their ways of doing mathematics, history, science, with each other ... In effect, they are participating in learning communities ...
Increasing Student Engagement - Learning Communities
... that has been gaining popularity in University teaching is the creation or encouragement of learning communities (Zhao and Kuh 2004) ... Learning communities are widely recognized as an effective form of student engagement and consist of groups of students that form with the intention ... (1999) defined four different types of learning communities 1 ...
Johnson Senior High School (St. Paul, Minnesota) - Education
... Small Learning Communities Arts, Communication Humanities Academy Business, Marketing Management Academy Architecture, Construction Engineering Academy Education Human ... Johnson used the money to create eight smaller learning communities for the 2003–2004 school year ... Currently, there are eight smaller learning communities within the school ...
Dialogic Learning
... Dialogic learning is the result of egalitarian dialogue in other words, the consequence of a dialogue in which different people provide arguments based on validity claims ... The concept of dialogic learning is not a new one ... Dialogic learning can occur in any educational situation and contains an important potential for social transformation ...

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