Collaborative learning is not to be confused with cooperative learning. Though both approaches emphasize group dynamics toward the attainment of a goal, there are substantive differences. Collaborative learning should enable students to articulate a common group goal. Effective collaborative lessons should show evidence of student problem-solving and/or issues resolution; individual and group accountability structures, and employment of digital and/or environmental resources. This course is designed to help teachers deepen their understanding of collaborative learning culminating in its applied practice to their classroom(s).