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Small-group learning can mitigate the effects of school closures – but only if teachers use it well

By Mark J. Van Ryzin, Research Associate Professor in Education, University of Oregon
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Small-group learning activities can help students build social skills while enhancing academic achievement. This is particularly important for kids who face bullying or discrimination.The Conversation

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