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The resources section aims to give teachers, policy makers, industry partners and anyone else interested an overview on relevant readings related to the innovative use of tablets and showcase other tablet pilots.

On topics such as motivation, assessment and flipped classroom, it highlights:

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The differences between cooperative learning and group work (German)

The articles explains the five main differences between cooperative learning and group work. To make students cooperate, it is not enough to put students together in groups. First, it is important to create a positive dependency between group members, they can only finish the work sucessfully together. A second important element is supportive interaction between the group members. Thirdly, cooperative learning is both individual and group responsiblity. Further, students need to learn how to communicate in an appropriate way in small groups. The last crucial element is the assessment of the group work.