The structural approach to cooperative learning

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An Annotation Holly Waterman

Cooperative learning is not necessarily having students work in the same group of four for every project throughout the year.  Instead teachers turn their focus on implementing a variety of structures in their teaching methods.  Using different cooperative learning methods mentioned in this article, teachers are able to meet the learning needs of every student.

Kagan, S.  (1989).  The structural approach to cooperative learning.  Educational
Leadership. 47(4). 12-15.

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