Collaborative Learning

Neuroscientific studies have shown that when humans are anxious the brain cannot retain any information. Working collaborativly in groups prevents the anxious feeling of isolation. Developmentally teenage children crave social interactions with peers. Group work can fill the need for this social interaction and further their academic development.

This website does not contain all classroom policies and procedures but highlights the important ones.

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