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TEACHER-STUDENT COLLABORATION: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

TEACHER-STUDENT COLLABORATION: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Nataliia Morze, Hanna Pavlova, Rusudan Makhahchashvili (Ukraine), Eugenia Smyrnova-Trybulska (Poland)
 
Abstract. Collaborative learning is meant to benefit agents of education due to the fact that it could sharpen skills in collaboration (remote collaboration) as a process of cooperation to accomplish objectives by combining mutual efforts in the dialogue and interaction to eventually get results for all the participants of the process. The paper analyzes the essence of collaborative learning, theoretical perspectives on collaboration in educational process and CL benefits. The study examines collaborative learning classroom. The discussion focuses on challenges and opportunities in collaborative learning.
Keywords: collaborative learning, remote collaboration, classroom instruction, teacher-student collaborative interaction.
TEACHER-STUDENT COLLABORATION: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
 
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