a group with a given structure for learning together through examination or written materials. A study group increases the knowledge base of educators, encourages dialogue among professionals, builds trust, and improves staff morale. It also gives educators a sense of empowerment over their own learning and helps to produce a real shared vision of the school. A study group is a tool for establishing a professional learning community.
the group that you choose to survey.
a collaborative group of educators who are committed to enhancing or improving their professional practice and self-organize to engage in an extended study and discussion of a topic relevant to their work
a group of people who gather together on a regular basis for the purpose of studying Unity principles
a group of students interested in communicating online
a group of students who get together to pool their study efforts
a group organized by members of the same class who are interested in learning from and helping each other
a loosely affiliated group of people who get together once a week at this time of year and daily near finals to share and combine their knowledge against the dark forces of the final exams
The group of organisms whose phylogeny is being studied.
An Subgroup of the Executive Board, the Standards Development Board or the Standards Policy Board that is responsible for and established to conduct a study on the standardization potential of a specific proposal, group of proposals, or a general sub-area of information processing technology.