- April 13, 2017
- Posted by: Jamie Russell
It is the written version of Robin Table.
From Wikipedia: In this process, the class or the students are divided into groups. This is done to encourage group learning, team building, and cooperative learning. It is the written version of Robin Table. The group of students is given a sheet of paper and a pencil. A question is posed to the students in such a manner that the students can write multiple answers for a given question. A timer is set and the students are asked to write the answers. Each student of a group writes one answer and passes the paper to his other group member. Until the time is up, the students keep writing answers by passing the paper in the group. After the time is up, the student is asked to read out the answer he has written. This enables the entire group to work together and come up with suitable answers.
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