April 2010
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Is the Group Activity Food or Poison in a Multicultural Classroom?

Group activity in a multicultural classroom has been advocated as an effective method for bridging cultural differences and creating a sense of team membership. For example, in the September 1996 T+D article "Making Training Friendly to Other Cultures," author Zhuoran Huang (an instructional designer and multimedia specialist) suggests providing more group exercises and activities to encourage teamwork.

Many people believe that working as a group or a small team will encourage trainee

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