Before beginning a reflection it is worth mentioning that group work is one of the possible learning means that is used at all levels in educational system. The group or “team-work” has a lot of advantages and benefits that are already proven and have strong scientific support. The main purpose of group work in educational practice is to develop and maintain the willingness to cooperate and learn together. Thus, group presentations might serve as an incentive for learning and discovering new things (Gillies and Boyle, 2010).
According to Thornton (2011) team-work ensures the ability to learn from others. This phenomenon is also called “social learning”. Social learning, in its turn, promotes the development of individual skills. It is clear that group presentation involve a certain number of group participants that must have a common target. In my opinion, this “must to” relates to main principles of team-work but the reality has its own rules. I am pretty sure that ...
Saskaņā ar Carol Aubrey un Karen Ward pētījumu, ”sociāli emocionālās problēmas sākas agrā bērnībā. Bērni, kuriem ir labas sociālās emocijas, var veicināt pozitīvu izturēšanos un