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Cooperative Learning Tips

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Steve Ward

on 23 April 2014

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Transcript of Cooperative Learning Tips

Cooperative
Learning Tips

MUST NOTS
MUST HAVES
Positive Interdependence
Allow teams to choose an identity.
Clearly defined task/product.
Limit materials to promote sharing.
Create roles for each team member.
Shared grade.
Keep teams together for more than
one assignment.
Individual
Accountability
Include an individual grade also.
Track individual contributions.
Individual graded part.
Quiz at end.
Could be individual quiz = individual accountability
Could be group quiz (averaged) = interdependence
Group Processing
Collect anonymous feedback.
Use a Likert scale: a numeric rating
Use a writing prompt.
Share feedback appropriately.
Social Skills
Consider skills most
needed by your students.
Focus on one or
two skills at a time.
Announce the skill.
Teach the skill. Model it.
Explain how. Post it.
Assess the skill.
BENEFITS
Promotes H.O.T.
Improves retention. (70%)
Increases productivity if...
well planned, structured, and monitored.
It's very Common Core.
It's very TESS.
AVOID
Making group size too large.
Directions that are not clear.
WRITTEN
POSTED
IN STEPS
EXPLAINED
Group members that are too similar.
AVOID
Not allowing enough time for authentic collaboration.
Letting group members break apart.
Not structuring the activity enough. (Need clear steps.)
AVOID
Failing to monitor groups.
Overly complex projects.
Moving students into groups before
giving all directions.
Remember to encourage accountability.
Intervening too early when a group encounters an issue.
Try anecdotal notes.
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