Different studies show that active learning in face – to – face classrooms promotes better student learning outcomes, greater student retention, and more inclusive class environments than does lecture alone. Active learning approach often involve students working in groups. [12, p.645] Such groups can range from as few as two members in the simple think – pair – share strategy [8, p.85] to as many as seven or more in team – based learning.  Groups may be formed during class or may be deliberately structured in advance. Some general pedagogical practices that depend on students working in groups include collaborative learning, cooperative learning, peer instruction or team – based learning. These terms referred to different kinds of group experiences, but they are now often used interchangeably. Collaborative and cooperative learning are seen differently by theoreticians: some use both terms as the same while others make a difference between these two terms. Collaborative learning is seen as a method of teaching and learning in which students get together into teams to explore significant question or create a meaningful project.