Peer interaction and learning in small groups

by Noreen M Webb
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Abstract

Small mixed-ability groups are beneficial to high- and low-achievers, but less so for those in the middle. The most effective groupings are those with a restricted range of abilities (ie high and medium, medium and low, or all medium).

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