Remember to make sure your group work falls within the Academic Integrity guidelines. If you have questions about group work and Academic Integrity, talk to your Faculty.
Forming a study group within courses is an effective learning tool. Working together with peers can help establish healthy learning and study habits as well as help with memory and information retention. Study groups are helpful because "when [we] practice and teach others course material, it is easier to remember the information and recall it later on." (UBC, 2022)
Forming study groups is an effective way to work with fellow students and to learn new concepts and information. Working together is a great way to share resources, ideas, understanding, and expertise.
More details about study groups:
Check out the resource below from the University of British Columbia for helpful tips on starting successful study groups.
Tips for Starting Study Groups
Reference: University of British Columbia. 2022. UB Science: Tips for starting study groups.
Look at these resources for tips on group work, strategies for successful group projects, and working in student teams.