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"Julia N. Visor" wrote:

> 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).
>
> We have two types of study groups -- facililtated and unfacilitated.  As Julia
> said, both can be successful; however, we have found that the facilitated
> groups generally have a higher collective course GPA than those students in
> unfacilitated groups.

Jim