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Addysgu Grwpiau Bach

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Mae addysgu grwpiau bach, fel y mae'r enw'n awgrymu, yn cynnwys dysgu ac addysgu sesiynau gyda grwpiau bach o fyfyrwyr. Nid oes unrhyw nifer "delfrydol" o fyfyrwyr, gan fod hyn yn dibynnu ar y gweithgaredd sy’n cael ei wneud. Ond fel arfer ystyrir maint grŵp rhwng 3-10 o fyfyrwyr yn effeithiol yn y rhan fwyaf o sefyllfaoedd; mae dulliau dysgu â grwpiau bach yn dal yn bosibl mewn dosbarthiadau mwy trwy rannu’r myfyrwyr yn grwpiau llai.

Un o'r agweddau pwysicaf ar addysgu grwpiau bach yw ei fod yn canolbwyntio ar y myfyriwr, yn ennyn diddordeb myfyrwyr, yn cynnwys dysgu gweithredol a bod yr addysgwr yn gweithredu mwy fel hwylusydd i broses dysgu’r myfyriwr. Felly, mae trafodaethau, deialog a chydweithio rhwng aelodau staff a myfyrwyr yn hanfodol i ddysgu grwpiau bach yn effeithiol.

Ym Mhrifysgol Caerdydd defnyddir amrywiaeth o ddulliau addysgu grwpiau bach fel dulliau effeithiol o ddysgu ac addysgu. Mae'r rhain yn cynnwys, ond nid yn gyfyngedig i; tiwtorialau, seminarau, dysgu sy'n seiliedig ar broblemau, dysgu sy'n seiliedig ar ymchwil, a gweithdai, a gellir defnyddio pob un ohonynt yn uniongyrchol neu ar-lein. Mae’r pwnc hwn yn cyflwyno enghreifftiau o sut mae addysgu grwpiau bach yn darparu amgylchedd deinamig a rhyngweithiol i fyfyrwyr er mwyn adeiladu’u dysgu, yn ogystal â chynnig cyfle i fyfyrwyr gael adborth ffurfiannol ar unwaith gan eu cyfoedion a'u tiwtor.


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Cyfrannu at yr Hwb Dysgu

Mae'r Hwb Dysgu wedi ei greu gan academyddion i academyddion, ac rydym yn eich annog chi i rannu unrhyw beth sydd yn cefnogi, amlygu neu adlewyrchu ar dysgu ac addysgu yma ym Mhrifysgol Caerdydd.

Mae hwn yn gyfle i gymryd rhan weithredol o'r gymuned ddysgu yng Nghaerdydd, i rannu eich arbenigedd gyda'ch cyd-weithwyr.