Cooperative Learning Strategies: Cooperative learning creates a vibrant, interactive community in the classroomby: Sandra Pratt

Journal Article

The continual student interaction involved in cooperative learning helps students gain a better comprehension of concepts and cultivate their capacity for scientific inquiry. When activities revolve around learning groups, students communicate about science constantly, resulting in much more equity in the classroom learning curve.

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  • High
Publication Date
4/1/2003

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  • on Tue Feb 12, 2013 12:22 PM

The article presents the author's reasons for using cooperative learning and a sample lesson showing how groups are assigned, managed, and how students are assessed. A good overview of the cooperative process in a real classroom.

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


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