Group Study and Collaborative Learning

Forming study groups is a very effective strategy for enhancing learning. This is because groups share unique insights and learn from each other, while covering more materials than if each were to study alone.
Studying with others generates accountability so we are more likely to stay focused on our studies, as well as having a support system when reaching an obstacle.
Studying with a group is a great way to liven up learning therefore it has a significant impact on our motivation to learn. It simply makes learning fun!

Group study can take many forms, such as working on a project together, analyzing case studies, or participating in a peer-led discussion.

Research has shown that group study and collaborative learning can be effective in improving student performance and engagement, as well as facilitating the development of important skills such as communication, problem-solving, and teamwork.

Tips for an effective study group

Use an After Action Review (AAR) process as a tool for learning

An after action review (AAR) is a technique for improving process and execution by analyzing the intended outcome and actual outcome of an action and identifying things to stops doing, keep doing or start doing, and then practicing those changes at the next iteration of the action.

Use Whispers as a group study tool

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A whisper is a Call-to-action for a specific task that can be written on a small note and carried out during a normal work day. A whisper serves as a trigger for advancing a task while preserving and improving knowledge and skills in project management, alongside connecting the managerial level to project management, in a fun and gamefull way.