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We have worked with leaderless study groups and found that they can work if
the students in the study group are trained to understand and practice
successful collaborative group skills (e.g., task and maintenance functions,
sharing of responsibility, individual accountability).


At 08:46 AM 10/26/99 -0500, you wrote:

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 Has anyone tried to create study groups
>on campus by just arranging the time and place?  Can it work if there are
>no real leaders assigned to the group?
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>Dr. Julia N. Visor, Coordinator
>University Center for Learning Assistance/University College
>Assistant Professor of English
>Illinois State University
>Campus Box 4070
>Normal IL  61790-4070
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>Visit the UCLA website at http://ucollege.ilstu.edu/uc/ucla.htm
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