Five Keys to Successful Student Small Group Work

Larry Ferlazzo with Jill Kester,Karen A. Goeller, and Rachael Williams

Collaborating in small groups is a classroom practice that students often say they hate and love. What are the keys to making student collaboration productive and enjoyable?

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May 12, 2019
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Jill Kester has over 25 years’ experience in TESOL. In her 12-year tenure as an ESOL teacher in Alexandria City Public Schools, Virginia, she served as department leader, coaching and mentoring new teachers. As Senior Associate at SupportEd, Jill develops curriculum and provides professional development. Karen A. Goeller has over 30 years of education experience. She has a Ph.D in educational administration and an MA in English. She serves as deputy superintendent in a large Midwestern school district and is an adjunct instructor for graduate leadership education. Rachael Williams has been an English, Humanities and Psychology teacher for 18 years in Australia, the United Kingdom and The Bahamas.
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