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Educ. Sci., Volume 10, Issue 1 (January 2020) – 24 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Group work is a popular pedagogical approach used by undergraduate instructors because of the [...] Read more. Group work is a popular pedagogical approach used by undergraduate instructors because of the learning and development potential for all students, especially those from marginalized groups. Nonetheless, effective group dynamics and related skills do not develop by magic; therefore, instructors have a critical role to play. We enumerate barriers instructors face in supporting groups and then explore a model of support that can move instructors beyond them. Our results suggest that even in complex STEM labs, attention to student interactions is needed, feasible, and indeed can be effective in promoting content learning and development of interpersonal and intercultural skills. We hope that after reading this paper, instructors of all disciplines will recognize the responsibility and opportunity they have in supporting interactions and have new inspiration and pathways to do so. View this paper.