Build students’ collaboration in classrooms

Coming together is the beginning, Keeping together is progress, Working together is success—Henry Ford. Collaborative learning, which involves grouping and pairing students to achieve academic goals, has garnered much attention. Peer learning, a subset of collaborative learning, involves students working together in pairs or small groups to discuss concepts or solve problems. This approach, also known as cooperative learning, involves students working collectively on activities or learning tasks within a small group, ensuring everyone’s active participation. “Collaborative learning” serves as a broad term that encompasses various educational approaches that involve joint intellectual efforts of students or a combination of students and teachers. Recognized as a team learning approach, collaborative learning is proving to be an apt and effective method for equipping students with 21st century skills needed to tackle problems, perform tasks, or create products during the learning process. Although collaborative learning is expressed in a variety of forms and embraced by educators from different disciplines and teaching traditions, a set of fundamental assumptions about students and the learning process unites the field. The benefits of collaborative learning include the cultivation of higher-level thinking, verbal communication, self-management and leadership skills. It promotes increased interaction between students and faculty, enhances student retention, self-esteem and accountability, provides exposure and understanding of diverse perspectives, and prepares students for real-world social and workplace scenarios.




Number of Participants

min 7 - max 20


Regular Fee: 480.00 €
VIP Fee: 700.00€ - 800.00€


The course aims to introduce participants to the initial stages of collaborative learning, where individuals unite to form groups or pairs with the common purpose of achieving academic goals. Participants will focus on the dynamics of group interaction, effective communication, and the cultivation of a supportive and cohesive learning community. Participants will identify various forms of collaborative learning, understanding its adaptability across disciplines and teaching traditions. The course will prepare participants to foster to their students higher-level thinking, verbal communication, self-management, and leadership skills among students. Finally, the course will provide the tools to enable educators to create an environment that promotes increased interaction, enhances retention, self-esteem, and accountability, provides exposure to diverse perspectives, and ultimately prepares students for real-world social and workplace scenarios.


In this training course, the biggest part will be theoretical, because the collaborative learning approach, needs to be well identified and deeply understood from every member of the team. So, the theoretical part will be presented with presentations and group researches, so everyone will be interested and interactive. Also, a lot of role-playing will be conducted, because the participants need to understand through simulation the strategies, plans and the results from their collaboration learning into the classrooms. Reflective sessions to evaluate the results and the learning outcomes from the course will be conducted, in an interactive way.

Participants Profile


  • Welcome session
  • Introduction of Collaborative Learning
  • What it is, methods
  • Discussion
  • Debriefing of the preview’s day
  • Benefits of Collaborative Learning
  • Strategies to Integrate in Classrooms 
  • Discussion
  • Group sessions (simulation of a classroom – lesson plans creation)
  • Discussion & results
  • Presentation of the methods to promote collaborative learning like: curiosity conversations, peer training, visual coworking, Think-pair-share, Jigsaw Method etc.
  • Debriefing of the preview’s day
  • Role playing (using the methods)
  • Discussion & thoughts 
  • Tools will be presented for collaborative learning (Ring Central, classcraft, edomodo, clickup, slack etc)
  • In groups will use one of the tools to evaluate the process
  • Problem-solving in collaboration
  • Activities that promote collaboration and discussion (World café, Open Space Technology, Fishbowl Conversation, Collaborative Inquiry)
  • Planning for Collaborative Learning Integration
  • Assessment and Evaluation of Collaborative Learning
  • Thoughts and open dialogue
  • Closing of the course

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