Cooperative Learning How working together gives you skills for life! By Lori Brouillette Adams Middle School 6 th Grade Language Arts Instructor Click on the arrows to guide you through the slide show.
What procedures are working well– what needs to change
What has the group learned?
What has the group accomplished?
What would the group/group members do differently next time?
How would the group grade itself? Each other?
Cooperative Learning Works! Research suggests that students who work in cooperative groups have higher achievement and learning than… When they work alone Work competitively Or individually … regardless of their differences in ability, ethnic background, handicapped or not!