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Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures

Intro teachers to Kagan - big ideas, a couple of structures.
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Evangelyn Visser

on 10 September 2013

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Transcript of Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures

Kagan Structures (not group work)
Cooperative Learning
P.
I.

E.

S.

Usefulness
Benefits
Set up Teams or Partners
Equal Participation
Simultaneous Interaction
Positive
Interdependence
Individual Accountability
Classbuilding
Teambuilding
Information
Sharing
Mastery
Thinking Skills
Communication
Skills
"Learning the structures is work, but once you learn the structures,
teaching is easier
."
Spencer Kagan
Divide your class into quartiles (use STAR or MAP or teacher judgement)
Team
H M


MH L
Partners take timed turns listening and sharing.

1 Teacher announces a question or topic and states how long each student
will have to share.
2 Teacher provides at least 3-5 seconds think time
3 In pairs, Partner A shares; Partner B listens.
4 Partner B responds.
5 Partners switch roles.
Increase
Student Engagement
increased academic achievement,
improved social skills & social relations,
improved thinking skills,
reduced discipline problems,
acquisition of leadership & employability skills, improved self-esteem,
liking for school & content,
reduction in gap between high and low achieving students - by bringing low achievers up!
Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up
Mix-Pair-Share
Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up
Students stand up, put their hands up, and quickly find a partner.

1 Teacher says, "
Stand
up,
hand
up,
pair
up!"
2 Students stand up and keep one
hand
in the air until
they find the closest partner who's not a teammate.
3 Teacher asks a
question
or gives an assignment.
4 Teacher provide
think time
.
5
Partners
share using
Timed Pair Share
Pair Discussion
Rally Robin



Assigned
Random
Timed-Pair Share
21st Century Skills
Partners
Structures
and
Shoulder or Face
In pairs
#A shares (6 inch voice)
#B listens (active listening)
#B responds with a appreciation gambit (Copycat - "Thanks
for sharing!", "You are interesting to listen to!" OR
Complete the sentence - "One thing I learned listening
from you was..." or "I enjoyed listening to you because..."
In pairs
#B shares (6 inch voice)
#A listens (active listening)
#A responds with a appreciation gambit
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