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Cooperative learning
Cooperative learning
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  • 1. COOPERATIVE LEARNING
    BEATRIZ AMPARO PUENTES JÁCOME
  • 2. DEFINITION
    Teaching strategy where students of different levels of ability, use a diversity of learning activities to develop their understanding of a subject in small groups.
  • 3. Elements of cooperative learning
    Johnson, Johnson, & Smith , 1998
    • Positive interdependence
    • 4. Individual accountability
    • 5. Face-to-face promotive interaction
    • 6. Interpersonal and small group skills
    • 7. Group processing
  • Types Of Cooperative Learning
    Johnson & Johnson , 1999
    • Formal Groups:
    Students working together, for one class period to several weeks, to achieve shared learning goals and complete jointly specific tasks and assignments.
  • 8. Types Of Cooperative Learning
    Johnson & Johnson , 1999
    • Informal Groups: Students work together to achieve a joint learning goal , last from a few minutes to one class period.
  • Types Of Cooperative Learning
    Johnson & Johnson , 1999
    • Base Groups: are
    long-term, heterogeneous groups.
    Provide support.
    Encouragement.
    Assistance to
    progress academically.
  • 9. Managing group size
    • Cooperative learning
    works best when group
    size is smaller.
    • Classroom has about 15
    to 20 students.
    • Students are usually
    grouped in clusters of 3
    to 5.
  • 10. Class Activities that use Cooperative Learning
    Kagan, 1994
    • Think-Pair-Share
    • 11. Three-Step Interview
    • 12. Three-minute review
    • 13. Numbered Heads Together
  • Advantages of Cooperative Learning
    Kagan, 1994
    • Increases academic achievements.
    • 14. Creates mutual understanding
    between students.
    • Increases self-esteem,
    social skills, and study skills.
    • Builds social relationships.  
  • Advantages of Cooperative Learning
    Kagan, 1994
    • Teaches students to be
    more responsible.
    • Students learn to work in
    groups and understand others.
    • Introduces the sense of social
    orientation.
  • 15. Cooperative LearningACTIVITY
    L ARNING
    C O O P E R A T I V E
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