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What Are the Core Principals for the Collaborative Research Model?

The Collaborative Research Model is a flexible method for engaging student learning teams in research, yet five core principals span the design of all projects within the model. They are:

  1. Learning Outcomes
  2. Invitational Communication
  3. Problem-Based Learning
  4. Multiple Perspectives
  5. Informed Decision Making

In addition, the success of a collaborative research project in your course is dependent upon two additional features—reflection and meaningful assessment.

Written and Oral Deliverables Creating the Assessment Collaborative Deliberation Developing Learning Teams Learning Through Reflection Learning Outcomes Posing the Problem Generating Multiple Perspectives Making Informed Decisions Invitational Communication Climate