Collaborative Learning Groups

The purpose of Collaborative Learning Groups (CLG) is to enhance students' learning experience in a specific course through thoughtful discussion, practical engagement, and thorough questioning of subject material in small peer study groups.

Guideline:

Each Collaborative Learning Group (CLG) will:

  • Have support of the course instructor
  • Have students who elected to participate
  • Be facilitated by a trained, upper class student who has successfully completed the course (and been recommended by faculty)

Outcomes:

Students who actively participate in CLG will:

  • Learn content material
  • Be better prepared for exams
  • Practice problem-solving techniques
  • Gain confidence in the subject material

Check here for the most current CLG schedule.

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Center for Academic Success

Tutoring Center
Tower, Room 2129
cas@css.edu

Jessica Johnston, Coordinator
Academic Advisor, Coordinator of Center for Academic Success and Study Skill Development
(218) 723-6645
jjohnsto@css.edu


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