8The Fifth Way of LearningLEARNING IN GROUPSCollaborative Learning
TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE, so it is said. What about three, four or five heads? Most people who work in organizations have some experience with groups, from the simple weekly staff meeting to participation on high-performance teams. Many organizations now rely on some form of team collaboration to achieve their goals. Groups and teams are also used to facilitate learning; that is, for educational purposes.