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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Principles of cooperative learning for language and content gains.
The first section presents the research on cooperative learning while the second section focuses on community of inquiry.
For example, it is possible that students who prefer cooperative learning do not receive enough of their preferred learning modality in class.
Since students involved in cooperative testing arrangements work in complex social environments that are driven by the principles of cooperative learning (Jacobs, 2000; Vygotsky, 1978; Johnson and Johnson, 1999), then the extent to which these principles help to foster positive experiences other than achievement is also of interest.
Keywords: Diversity, cooperative learning, academic achievement, social skills, cooperation
Therefore, a study exploring how the problemsolving styles of high school students influence their perceptions of group members during a cooperative learning experience may begin to provide insight into teaching strategies and learning strategies for the advancement of learning while solving problems.
What is the effect of the cooperative learning model supported with DMS on student achievement in mathematics?
Various studies had been conducted on the different oriented learning approaches applied within groups, most of them tending to favor cooperative learning [4-7].
In a search for best practices that promote cooperation and improve academic achievement, cooperative learning is a highly effective strategy with sound research to support implementation in K-12 classrooms.
One such method is cooperative learning where students learn via individual and team work in an interdependent format.
8] concluded that the cooperative learning method has not significant influence on the social skills.
Cooperative learning has been used in variety of subject areas such as science education business and medicine and it has been found to be motivating interesting and enjoyable (Herberyan 2007).

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