Collaborative Teaching-Learning in Classroom Research Based Setting and Its Impact


Education has evolved through the refinement of effective teaching methods, and technology has been vital. It enables teachers to use interactive whiteboards, virtual classrooms, and online learning platforms. Education has also become more personalized, allowing students to learn at their convenience and work on their metacognitive abilities. The shift towards collaborative teaching and learning techniques has been pioneered in the last few years, gaining considerable attention and being at the forefront of research. Its rapid adoption is due to its transformative potential that turns the learning environment into an interactive learning space; it implies inclusivity, participation and, most importantly, deep learning, and improving retention ability. This paradigm helps to identify and fill the gap between the real and virtual worlds, allowing learners rapid access to knowledge from any part of the world and leveraging the power of technology to firstly, make learning more engaging and effective and, secondly, foster creativity that is necessary for developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Technology has become the vehicle for course delivery and a place where everyone involved can meet.

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Aman Deep Singh, Nirma University, India
Kaushik N. Bhuyan, VIT-AP University, India

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Conference: IICE2024
Stream: Learning Experiences

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Singh A., & Bhuyan K. (2024) Collaborative Teaching-Learning in Classroom Research Based Setting and Its Impact ISSN: 2189-1036 – The IAFOR International Conference on Education – Hawaii 2024 Official Conference Proceedings
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