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Cooperative Learning Strategies
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Each student in turn shares some kind of information with his or her teammates
each student moves to a corner of the room designated by the teacher. Students discuss within corners, then listen to and paraphrase ideas from other corners
Paraphrase passport (communication building)
students correctly paraphrase the ideas of the person who has just spoken and then contribute to their own ideas
Think/ Write/ Pair share (communication building)
Students think individually about a question or task posed by teacher and write their thoughts. Students then pair with a partner and share responses. They may agree upon one response to share with the whole class and teacher
Spend-a-buck (communication building)
Each student is given four quarters (or four votes) and must make a decision about what to "spend" on them on or use them for in a particular situation. The team tallies the results to determine its decision.
Group Processing (communication building)
students evaluate their ability to work together as a group and each members participation, with an aim to improve how the group works together.
Numbered Heads together (mastery)
The teacher asks a question; students consult to make sure everyone knows the answer
Each student writes a review problem ona flash card and asks teammates to answer or solve it. Review questions are passed to another group.
Cooperative Review (mastery)
Students engage in a variety of games to review the week's material.
This strategy is used when there is a need to cover a lot of information in a short time. Students divide into home groups and expert teams. Each member of the expert team reads, analyzes, and becomes an "expert" on one reading or piece of information with the home team. Everyone learns all information by sharing his or her expertise with home group members.
Three-step-interview (concept development)
Students interview each other in pairs with one as reporter, then rotate until all covered.
Brainstorming (concept development)
Students encourage one another to generate ideas regarding a particular topic or problem and build upon each other's ideas.
Group discussion (concept development)
The teacher asks a low consensus question. The students talk it over in groups and share their ideas.
Round table (multilingual)
Students pass a paper and pencil around the group. The paper may contain several choices for ways of doing something. Each student in turn writes his name by his preferred strategy. Teams then agree on which strategies to use.
Students work in pairs to create or master content. They consult with partners from other teams. they then share their products or understand with the other partner pair in their team.
Students work in groups to produce a particular group product to share with the whole class. Each student makes a particular contribution to the group.
Group investigation (multilingual)
Students identify a topic and organize into research groups to plan learning tasks or subtopics for investigation. individual students gather and evaluate data and synthesize findings in a group report.
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Impelementation of Cooperative Learning
Cooperative Learning "PIES"
CITW Cooperative Learning
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