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    Cooperative Learning is a term generally used to explain an educational approach which aims to categorize classroom activities into academic and social learning experience. It is important to the pupils that cooperative learning could be one way to improve the intellectual ability of students. Cooperative learning is an instructional method in which pupils work together as a team to achieve a specific goal or objective. There are many studies that have been conducted that is out lined the value

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    Cooperative Learning Method 1 Running Head: COOPERATIVE LEARNING METHOD Cooperative Learning Method Büşra Seher Koç Research Project Erciyes University-Kayseri Cooperative Learning Method 2 Introduction Cooperative learning is part of a group of teaching/learning techniques where students interact with each other to acquire and practice the elements of a subject matter and to meet common learning goals (Macpherson, 2000, p.1). In other words, it is a learning method that consists of groups

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    COOPERATIVE LEARNING IN THE EFL CLASSROOM Plan of the lecture: 1. What is cooperative learning? 2. Assumptions about cooperative learning 3. Strategies for group dynamics 4. Steps in teaching cooperative skills 5. Levels of cooperative skills 6. Benefits from using cooperative techniques What is cooperative learning? Cooperative learning can be characterized in the following Chinese proverb: Tell me, and I’ll forget Show me, and I’ll remember Involve

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    shouldn’t restrict yourself to teaching in just one way either. It is imperative that you approach a concept in various ways and give the learner several opportunities to explore the concept. I believe that the student should take ownership in the learning process and the teacher should be a facilitator of knowledge in the classroom. Therefore, the teacher should assist the learner to their highest potential and encourage them along the way and give them prompt feedback. Learners should collaborate

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    Cooperative learning is known as small group learning. It is an instructional strategy in which small heterogeneous group of learners work together on a common academic goal or task given to them by teachers. By interacting with one another learners can improve their acquisition of academic knowledge and skills. Such interaction amongst learners based on equal partnership in the learning experience, is termed as cooperative learning. With cooperative situations, learners seek outcomes that are beneficial

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    this experiment?". Unfortunately as children grow, their passion for learning seems to diminish and also becomes associated with drudgery’’ (Quinn, 2006, page 8) Cooperative learning helps students who face with the lack of motivation to maintain high expectations for success, even when they face with repeated failures. In addition to the effects mentioned above, one more thing that students can be impressed by cooperative learning is developing their self-confidence. When a student experiences group

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    Introduction Great facilitators’ implement effective learning by introducing and perfecting different instructional lessons to meet the emotional, social, and academic needs of all their students. Research into teaching practices allows educators to customize learning for every one of their students. Today’s classrooms, students work both independently and in groups to demonstrate what they have learned. Learners now have choices over how they summarize their understanding of the lesson material

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    IMPACT OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING ON GRADE 7 MATHEMATICS CLASS (Strand: Pedagogy, Strategies) Bernardo Cristino P. Altamira Department of Education Region IV-A Division of Quezon A report on an action research August 2013 ABSTRACT The Department of Education points to K to 12 Enhanced Basic Education program to address one of the main weaknesses of the Philippine educational system—the congested curriculum. Students are hardpressed to learn in 10 years a curriculum that is actually

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    Cooperative learning is “now the most recognized instructional models in education worldwide”(Metzler 228). Cooperative learning is basically having students learn with, by and for each other which is the major theme of Cooperative Learning. In this model, Student Team Learning (STL) states how there are three main concepts to focus on. The three are: team rewards, individual accountability, and equal opportunities. In Cooperative Learning there are six major elements that take part. The six are

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    1. INTRODUCTION The main aim of this essay is to analyse the different aspects of incorporation of cooperative learning (CL) or group work (GW) in an academic environment, specifically within an economic classroom. Furthermore, the contextualisation and definition of cooperative learning will be evaluated in order to speculate whether cooperative learning in a tertiary education institution’s economic department is beneficial or detrimental to the working, personal and studying ability of students

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