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David Concepcion
Ball State University
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Evidence supports the notion that out of class work that prepares students to contribute more meaningfully in group activities improves student learning. This essay describes in detail one way to well prepare students.
Keywords Religious Studies  Teaching Philosophy
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DOI 10.5840/discourse2005519
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