Interactive groups

As it is established in the INCLUD-ED1 guide, interactive groups consist of grouping the students of a class into small heterogeneous groups, with the support of an adult in each one of them. Each of these groups is organized around four or five students, heterogeneously in terms of level, competence, gender, culture, language, and ethnicity. In the learning processes of the IG, there are two profiles of adults: teachers and volunteers. Volunteers are usually family members and members of the community, which may be illiterate people or people with very low educational levels, old students, college students and other adults belonging to community organizations.
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Module 1 and 6