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Cooperative Learning

Cooperative Learning

One of the purposes of this site is to provide a starting point for exploring good pedagogy in the use of technology enhanced instruction. A useful place to start such an investigation is with cooperative and collaborative methods. In general, cooperative and collaborative learning are instructional approaches in which students work together in small groups to accomplish a common learning goal. Advocates do not suggest that they be used exclusively but should supplement a variety of active learning approaches. Cooperative learning has been called one of the biggest educational innovation of our time and represents a research-based best practice for instruction. More than 300 studies have found achievement gains attributable to cooperative methods when compared to methods in which students... Show More


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Leonardo Bohorquez
Leonardo Bohorquez (Student)
11 years ago
It is a non-useful search engine.