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  • Assign social rolesUse gambitsModel appropriate and inappropriate behaviors
  • It’s all about structuring the interaction
  • Classbuilding, Teambuilding, Mastery, Thinking Skills, Communication Skills, Information SharingStart with small steps.

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  • 1. Cooperative Learning
    Laura Chambless
    SCC RESA K-7 Science and Math Consultant
    www.protopage.com/lchambless
  • 2. Cooperative Learning: What is It?
    Cooperative learning is a successful teaching strategy in which small teams, each with students of varyingabilities, use a variety of learning activities to improve their understanding of a subject.
  • 3. Cooperative Learning: What is It?
    Each member of a team is responsible not only for learning what is taught, but also for helping teammates learn, thus creating an atmosphere of achievement.
  • 4. Cooperative Learning: What is It?
    small teams
    varying abilities
    variety of learning activities
    improve their understanding
    each member responsible
    helping teammates
    atmosphere of achievement
  • 5. What is Cooperative Learning?
    (use the window paning to help your discussion)
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  • 6. Six Key Concepts of Kagan’s Cooperative Learning
    Teams - participate in teams
    Management - non-traditional classroom rules and norms established
    Will - Will to cooperate through structures
    Skill - Social Skills
    Principles - P.I.E.S.
    Structures - Teambuilding, Classbuilding, Mastery, Thinking Skills, Communication Skills, and Information Sharing
  • 7. Social Skills
    Listening Turn Taking
    Helping Praising
    Polite Waiting Patience
    Stay on Task Following Directions
    Reach Consensus Problem Solving
    Active Listening Teamwork
    Asking for Help Providing Clarification
    Compassion Complements
    Contributing to Ideas Different Perspectives
    Negotiating Critique Ideas of Others
    Responsibility Disagree Appropriately
    Accepting Decisions Compromise
    Sharing Encouraging Others
    Asking Questions Accepting Compliment
    Greeting/Departing Being Honest
    Being Flexible
  • 8. Four Basic Principles : P.I.E.S.
    Positive Interdependence
    Individual Accountability
    Equal Participation
    Simultaneous Interaction
  • 9. Structures
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    Classbuilder – once a week
    Get students up
    Students moving around
    Big group
    Teambuilder – twice a week
    fun
    No content
    For low students
  • 10. Cooperative Learning
    • Research Based
    • 11. Increase student achievement by 26%
    • 12. Marzano
    • 13. Cooperative Learning is not Group work!
  • Numbered Heads Together
    What does P.I.E.S. stand for?
    Give an example of a quite signal.
    Cooperative learning is using a variety of learning activities to improve students ______________ of a subject.
  • 14. Numbered Heads Together
    Teacher has students number off in their group.
    The teachers poses a question.
    Students put heads together.
    Teacher calls time and spins to see which team member will answer the question.
    Team member that answers is can not have any help from team mates.
    When groups complete task they celebrate with a group cheer
    Ideas For My Classroom
  • 15. Show Down
    Cooperative Learning – Benefits for Students
    What does P.I.E.S. stand for?
    Give an example of a quite signal.
    Each member of a team is responsible not only for learning what is taught, but also for helping ______________ learn.
  • 16. Show Down
    Ideas For Your Classroom
    Teacher reads question.
    Students write answer on white boards making sure no one else sees their answer.
    Teacher announces “Show Down”.
    Students compare answers and makes sure everyone in the group has the right answer.
    When groups complete task they celebrate with a group cheer
  • 17. Structure: Limited Resources
  • 18. Limited Resources
    Divide class into groups of 3,4, or 5
    Give each group 1 pencil and 1 piece of paper with task written on it
    When teacher announces go, students complete task
    When groups complete task they celebrate with a group cheer
    Ideas For My Classroom
  • 19. Talking Chips
    Tell your team how you are going to use cooperative learning in your classroom.
  • 20. Talking Chips
    Each students has one talking chip.
    Students place their chip in the center of the team table each time they talk.
    Students can speak in any order, but can not speak a second time until all chips are in the center.
    When all chips have been placed (everyone has spoken), the chips are all collected and anyone in any order can speak again.
    When groups complete task they celebrate with a group cheer
    Ideas For My Classroom