Guide to study groups

When you work together in study groups you use each other’s different competences to create better results than you could on your own. That is the thought behind study groups, but we also know that it takes a lot of effort to make a study group work well.

That is why we have made a guide to study groups, which helps you get the most out of your teamwork.

Click on each stage and get the tools to optimise your teamwork

The material is made by The Student Guidance Service at the Faculty of Humanities based on Bruce Tuckman’s model “Forming-Storming-Norming-Performing.” The exercises are made with inspiration from the books “Studiegruppen” by Annelise Dahlbæk and “Anerkendende procesøvelser” by Pia Halkier Bjerring &Annika Lindén.

 

Does your study group need help collaborating better?

➤Talk to your study group facilitator or contact The Student Guidance Service.

 

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