Cooperative Learning

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Slides I use in teacher training on cooperative learning. See also

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  • Why bother?
    Is effective learning more likely here (click)
  • Or here (click)
  • Do we really need a discussion here :-)
    Before we work on the principles of coop learning
    -click-
    12 assumptions
  • Lifelong
  • Integrate into previous learning
  • People learn differently
  • Reflecting one's learning and thinking is helpful
  • Learning depends on developmental stage of the learner
  • Although people may create links, they may need help to store knowledge in different contexts
  • A repertoire of strategies supports learning
  • Certain dispositions, behaviours and attitudes facilitate learning
  • Cooperation with others, who have different styles and views improves learning
  • Those who do the work are learning
  • an environment rich in resources facilitates learning
  • Communicating about what constitutes quality improves learning
  • Assumptions on Cooperation
  • Cooperation is advantageous
  • Sharing power and accepting responsibility
  • Can have many forms
  • Needs time
  • Means buliding relationships
  • Means building a climate of trust
  • Building relationships is a process and NOT an event
  • What are good teams like? (20minutes)
    Group excercise (4 per group: Writer/Recorder, Encourager, Paraphraser, Poster Designer)
    Good teams ... (5 sentences, 1 point for everyone I have as well)
  • Feeling of self worth:
    1 classroom, 2 institution
    In your groups:
    Find 5 characteristics of a learning environment that promotes a feeling of self-worth
    For everyone, write down at least two things one can do to achieve each characteristic
  • Building blocks of Cooperative Learning:
    Positive Dependence -> jigsaw
    6 Specialist Groups Reading #1, #2, #3
  • Individual responsibility
  • Direct interaction
  • Social and team competence
  • Cooperative Learning

    1. 1. Cooperative LearningStephan Rinke, Volkshochschule Essen flickr.com (smannion) This presentation was created using openoffice.org
    2. 2. flickr.com (shlomif2)
    3. 3. flickr.com (smannion)
    4. 4. flickr.com: Julie70
    5. 5. flickr.com: casch52
    6. 6. flickr.com: Stuck in Customs
    7. 7. flickr.com: Rose Zhang
    8. 8. flickr.com: massdistraction
    9. 9. flickr.com: carf
    10. 10. flickr.com: vivified
    11. 11. flickr.com: admiretime
    12. 12. flickr.com: lumaxart
    13. 13. flickr.com:BlindAmbitionBlog
    14. 14. flickr.com: jisc_infonet
    15. 15. Cooperation Advantages Disadvantages
    16. 16. flickr.com: hans s
    17. 17. flickr.com: Ella's Dad
    18. 18. Baed on Leo Reynolds, flickr.com
    19. 19. flickr.com: Jean-François Chénier
    20. 20. http://www.thedesigntown.com 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 5 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 4 2 0 0 6 2 0 0 7
    21. 21. flickr.com (doramon)
    22. 22. flickr.com (vigilant20)
    23. 23. flickr.com (s.o.f.t)
    24. 24. flickr.com: Helen K
    25. 25. flickr.com: gin_able
    26. 26. flickr.com: tyfn
    27. 27. How does my institution need to change to fully implement cooperative learning?
    28. 28. ●What can I do? ●Where do I need help? ●Who will be good partners to help me achieve these changes?
    29. 29. flickr.com: donjuanna
    30. 30. Creative Commons These slides are made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 Licence Sources of pictures used in the slides are indicated on the slides themselves.

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