Forming study groups with fellow classmates can be both a fun and effective way to deepen your understanding of course topics and achieve academic goals.
Study groups are task-oriented study systems that require students to use active learning skills in small group settings.
When all members are engaged and actively involved during sessions, study groups can:
We recommend using the following strategies to find suitable study group members:
Assign specific course topics and materials to each member to maximize your sessions.
If a group member is unable to complete their assigned study preparations for the week, encourage them to skip the meeting so that all members are active participants during each session.
To be respectful of every group member’s schedule, decided in advance the timing and duration of each meeting so that every member can attend the full session.