Collaborative Learning

In the Collaborative Learning category of the Teachfloor blog, you can find all the posts of our experts about all the latest news and innovations about Collaborative Learning.
How to use Project-Based Learning approach to build learning environments

How to use Project-Based Learning approach to build learning environments

If you’re geeking about pedagogies, you’ve probably heard of the Project-based Learning or PBL approach. If not, don’t worry. We’re going to explore how you can use this approach to improve the way you teach & design your courses.

How to Engage Community Members - Ultimate Guide

How to Engage Community Members - Ultimate Guide

It is not easy to engage community members. Here are some easy and quick ways to successfully grow your online communities.

Best Collaborative Learning Tools for 2022

Best Collaborative Learning Tools for 2022

Collaborative learning is an educational method in which a group of people joins together to learn a new skill, solve a problem, or even create a service or a product. When done properly, collaborative learning improves relationships across...

Collaborative Learning: Make Learning Active and Interactive

Collaborative Learning: Make Learning Active and Interactive

The net spending on workplace training now amounts to over 200 billion USD. That is huge! However, statistics report that the completion rates of online courses are between 20-30%. It hints that somewhere something is not working in the right way...

Team-Based Learning: The Key to Increase Student Engagement

Team-Based Learning: The Key to Increase Student Engagement

A major concern for online course creators is how to make distance learning engaging and effective. Especially when teaching larger groups. No other learning strategy works quite like Team-based learning (TBL) when it comes to dealing with larger...

9 Best Online Student Engagement Strategies

9 Best Online Student Engagement Strategies

Teaching online is already quite tough. On top of it, ensuring that there is significant student engagement is even harder. Over the course of years, educationists and psychologists came together to devise solutions for this. Thankfully, now...

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