Multi-Resource Learning: How to effectively use multiple resources and cooperative groups in the classroomby: Rebecca A. Cuda

Journal Article

Students are enthusiastic with the multi-resource learning environment in which multiple resources, such as the Internet, science posters, magazines, books, CD-ROMs, and inquiry labs are used in the learning process. They can engage in their own learning with the teacher taking on more of a facilitative role. This article provides tips for successful classroom management and mentions two types of multi-resource learning environments that exist in a number of schools.

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  • High
Publication Date
2/1/2001

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  • on Tue Feb 12, 2013 12:52 PM

This article provides a nice example of what cooperative learning could look like and provides useful suggestions as to how to get there, although the reference section is a little short. It does not really address how to effectively use multiple resources except to say to use cooperative learning. The cooperative learning information is helpful.

Tina Harris  (Bloomington, IN)
Tina Harris (Bloomington, IN)


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