COOPERATIVE LEARNING

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Cooperative Learning In Context

Author : Evelyn Jacob
ISBN : 0791442411
Genre : Education
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Explains why powerful educational innovations like "cooperative learning" do not always reach their full potential in everyday classrooms.
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Teaching Cooperative Learning

Author : Elizabeth G. Cohen
ISBN : 9780791485644
Genre : Education
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Explores cooperative learning practices.
Category: Education

Cooperative Learning

Author : R. Bruce Williams
ISBN : 9781452236308
Genre : Education
File Size : 41.35 MB
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This practical guidebook demonstrates how to integrate six critical elements—reflection, individual achievement, collaboration, higher-order thinking, emotional realms, and social skills—into robust cooperative learning tasks.
Category: Education

Professional Development For Cooperative Learning

Author : Celeste M. Brody
ISBN : 079143849X
Genre : Education
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Describes different forms of professional development for cooperative learning and shows how the use of cooperative learning in professional development is leading to new insights into teaching and professional growth in schools.
Category: Education

Cooperative Learning Activities In The Library Media Center

Author : Lesley S. J. Farmer
ISBN : 1563085429
Genre : Education
File Size : 32.6 MB
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Farmer's popular book helps you understand, develop, and implement cooperative learning activities with middle and high school students. Recent findings about cooperative learning are incorporated into the strategies, as well as such trends and developments as team planning, outcome-based assessment, information literacy, and the new national guidelines for library media programs.
Category: Education

Cooperative Learning

Author : Paul Vedder
ISBN : STANFORD:36105033000436
Genre : Education
File Size : 69.68 MB
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Cooperative Learning And Second Language Teaching

Author : Steven G. McCafferty
ISBN : 052184486X
Genre : Foreign Language Study
File Size : 71.1 MB
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Although Cooperative Learning has steadily grown in popularity in second-language classrooms, few resources are available that cover the topic in depth. Cooperative Learning in Second Language Teaching is a comprehensive overview, suitable for MA TESOL programs and for in-service teachers. Part I provides a grounding for collaborative/cooperative learning by discussing the educational research, issues that surround its implementation, and how it relates to theories of second language learning. Part II is a series of six narrative chapters written by teachers from around the world. These teachers share their experiences using cooperative learning in their classrooms, demonstrating the effectiveness of this approach, in both second and foreign language contexts, for elementary, secondary and post-secondary levels of instruction. An appendix outlining the techniques in these chapters is also included.
Category: Foreign Language Study

Cooperative Learning Social Change

Author : Célestin Freinet
ISBN : 0921908075
Genre : Education
File Size : 49.85 MB
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Cooperative Learning and Social Change offers an introduction to a powerful pedagogical method that remains fresh and relevant today.
Category: Education

Cooperative Learning In The Classroom

Author : Wendy Jolliffe
ISBN : 9781446225110
Genre : Education
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'What is cooperative learning? Why should teachers use it in the classroom? What are the benefits? In eight accessible chapters, Wendy Jolliffe, lecturer in primary education at Hull University, outlines the theory and practice of cooperative learning and shows how the "outcomes and aims of Every Child Matters (2004) can be clearly mapped to the advantages of cooperative learning."... A useful resource for teachers, headteachers, trainee teachers and support staff' - Learning and Teaching Update Cooperative Learning is about structuring lesson activities to encourage pupils to work collaboratively in pairs or small groups to support each other to improve their learning. This inclusive approach to teaching is very much in tune with current initiatives such as Every Child Matters and Excellence and Enjoyment and the focus on learning styles. This book is an accessible guide to implementing cooperative learning in the classroom. It includes: " an explanation of the key factors that make cooperative learning work " a step-by-step approach to implementing cooperative learning in the classroom " advice on how to measure the effectiveness of cooperative learning " guidance for using cooperative learning to encourage effective talk " links to supporting children's emotional intelligence " ideas for practical activities " an action plan and programme for whole school professional development The book is an invaluable resource for individual teachers using cooperative learning techniques in classrooms, this book will also be of interest to headteachers, trainee teachers and learning support staff.
Category: Education

Practices And Challenges Of Cooperative Learning In Efl Class With Particular Reference To Two Secondary Schools

Author : Mantegaftot Girmaye
ISBN : 9783346014108
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Master's Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject English - Pedagogy, Didactics, Literature Studies, Hawassa University, course: TEFL, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate practices and challenges of cooperative learning in EFL class. The study was conducted in two Secondary Schools in South Bench Woreda of Bench Maji Zone. In the woreda, there were four elementary schools. Among them, two schools were purposely selected for the study. The primary data gathering tools were classroom observation and interview, but questionnaire for teachers and students were conducted to make crosschecking what was observed and interviewed. Participants of the study were teachers and students. Concerning the selection of students and teachers, simple random sampling technique for students was employed, but all EFL teachers of the schools were selected. Accordingly, 10 teachers and 72 students were included as respondents of the study. Regarding to the method of research employed, the researcher used descriptive survey. This was because descriptive survey method was more appropriate to collect adequate information from various participants. On the top of this, both qualitative and quantitative analysis techniques were employed. The study discovered that teachers did not practice cooperative learning in EFL classroom. Even if they did not do so, it was found that teachers seem to have favorable views towards cooperative learning. Hence, their view toward cooperative learning does not negatively affect and causes challenge on their practice but other factors cause this. Regarding of those challenges of the practice, teachers' deficiency of knowledge on the method, having few year experience in the profession, load of teaching per week, high number of students, reluctance of learners to accept the method and interruption of administrative bodies for implementing cooperative learning methodology were found. As a final point, supporting teachers through courses for candidates before graduation, creating school mentoring network and direct and conceptual training are recommended. In addition, management support on accepting new way of teaching and building adequate classrooms for cooperative learning were suggested. Furthermore, teachers are recommended to enhance the inspiration of students through changing the grading system, conveying fascinating and puzzling tasks and beginning from the known and transform to the unknown.
Category: Foreign Language Study