cooperative learning

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cooperative learning

Education theory A student-centered teaching strategy in which heterogeneous groups of students work to achieve a common academic goal–eg, completing a case study or a evaluating a QC problem. See Problem-based learning, Socratic method.

cooperative learning

An educational strategy in which learners join in small, structured groups to complete educational tasks, solve problems together, and further each other's understanding of material.

cooperative learning

A teaching strategy in which learners join in small structured groups to complete educational tasks, solve problems together, and further each other’s understanding of material.
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We leverage the latest science and tools in peer-to-peer, project-based, and team-based learning.
Encouraging students to engage in team-based learning strategies is another option that makes words more relevant and meaningful.
And then support other adults who are on a slower journey by using both individualized and team-based learning experiences.
To meet these goals, we adapted an instructional feature previously implemented at the postsecondary level with medical, pharmaceutical, and business students, called team-based learning (TBL; Michaelson & Sweet, 2011).
The purpose of this study was to describe learner perception, expected competence, and factors influencing satisfaction with team-based learning in a nursing course.
Open to both public and private bus operators in Singapore, the BCDC will usher in a new era for the training of bus drivers and team-based learning for workers who deploy and monitor bus operations to improve services.
The primary project is a new 27,5000-square-foot academic building, complete with four classrooms organized for team-based learning and a seminar room with a big conference table.
is a 501(c) (3) non-profit, volunteer-led, cause-driven organization which constructs fun and engaging challenges that teach the creative process from imagination to innovation using inquiry-guided, team-based learning.
Team-based learning, problem-based learning, SCALEUP (Student Centered Active Learning Environment, Undergraduate Program) classrooms, and MIT's TEAL (Technology Enabled Active Learning) classrooms have been around for a while and have recently begun to gain more traction.
We presented our findings of implementing a progressive teaching methodology called Team-Based Learning in our programming.
In team-based learning, students satisfy a need to belong while negotiating and mastering course content (Sweet & Pelton-Sweet, 2008).
Also, students are arriving at colleges and universities with the expectation of team-based learning, and a technology-rich space should accommodate that, says Simister.