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Collaborative Learning

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Joe Crane

on 22 February 2015

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Transcript of Collaborative Learning

Collaborative Learning
Collaborative Learning
The Spend A Buck Structure
The Collaborative Learning Classroom
Numbered Heads Structure
Research indicates that we learn:

10% of what we read
20% of what we hear
30% of what we see
50% of what we both see and hear
70% of what is discussed with others
80% of what we experience personally
95% of what we teach someone else
Collaborative learning is the instructional use of small groups so that students work together to maximise their own and each others learning

1. Teacher asks a question and allows the students 'think time'

2. Students answers the question on a piece of paper and put them in the middle

3. Each person tells the rest of the group why they answered step one the way they did

4. Students place their money on the option that they feel is correct following a discussion.

5. The option that has the most money becomes the teams decision.
1. Students within a team number off 1-4 etc.

2. The teacher poses a question

3. The students put their heads together to discuss the answer

4. The teacher randomly calls a number.

5. The student with that number writes the answer on the response board
Which of these David Beckham hairstyles is the most recent?
By Joe Crane
Collaborative Learning
(Johnson & Holubec, 2003)
Within collaborative learning groups students discuss the material to be learned with each other, help and assist each other to understand it, and encourage each other to work hard.
Note: Someone will be selected at random to feedback
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