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  • TITLE: Collaborative Learning Technique within Higher Learning Education Students

    AUTHORS: Mohd Aderi Che Noh, Sri Andayani Mahdi Yusuf

    KEYWORDS: Collaborative, Collaborative Learning Style, Active Learning, Teaching

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.9 No.14, October 31, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Collaborative learning assured in producing high quality and competitive students. Previous researches’ findings figured out that high quality students were able to master various fields of knowledge, experts in solving problems based on factual supports and also a good speaker. In order to do so, the students should identify the exact style of learning. This observation research applied Grasha Learning Style Model, by using a set of questionnaire as the research’s instrument. 221 students have involved as the respondents for this research. The findings of this result showed that collaborative learning style had been identified as one of the most effective learning style for students. This research also discusses about the advantageous of applying collaborative learning style of learning towards the process of teaching and learning within the high level education institute, in detail. Collaborative learning style is expected to be a guide for the students to share knowledge and sprout their mind in order to ensure an active learning and effective learning process.