Agile Learning: Students’ Perceptions of Collaboration and Its Effect on Academic Success HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE

Educators are encouraged to incorporate collaborative learning into their classrooms, yet students often regard collaboration as lacking coordination and accountability. This study investigates whether the use of agile learning, an incremental and iterative framework for effective team regulation which is nested within project-based learning, affects students’ perception of collaboration opportunities and their academic performance in college-level English for Academic Purposes (EAP) classes.