Listen: Good Group Work is Structured and Specific

In this Q&A with Nathan Loewen, Margaret Peacock talks about how becoming a student again allowed her to see group work with fresh eyes. She offers tips and tricks for effective group work in classes of all sizes.

A few of the questions asked:

  • What insights did you gain from becoming a student again?
  • What is a good reason for using group work? When is it appropriate and helpful?
  • How would you approach group work?

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About the Speaker

Margaret Peacock is an associate professor of history, Leadership Board Faculty Fellow, and the Tuscaloosa-area coordinator the the organization College Admissions Made Possible (CAMP). She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on the Cold War and Russian and Soviet history. Read more about about her innovative teaching strategies in the latest issue of Collegian.

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