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The Cooperative Learning Model

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  1. The Cooperative Learning Model Students work together to accomplish a task or produce a product in a particular way

  2. The Cooperative Learning Model Five Key Elements • Positive interdependence • Individual accountability • Face to face interaction • Social skills – interpersonal • Group processing

  3. The Cooperative Learning ModelThe Template - Planning Steps • Develop clear instructional goals in the know, understand and able to do format • Consider and plan the number in and composition of groups • Make sure the cooperative activity has all the key elements of cooperative - learning

  4. The Cooperative Learning ModelThe Template –Implementation Steps • Explanation of task • Identify the social skills that are critical for the success of the group • Monitor and provide feedback to the individual groups as they are working • Group summaries • Evaluation • Assess Group Process

  5. Types of Groups • Informal • Pair-share, turn to your neighbor • Formal • Designed to ensure that students have enough time to complete an academic assignment • Base • Long term groups over a semester

  6. Organizing Groups • Should not be done on ability levels • Groups should be kept small • Cooperative learning should be applied consistently and systematically , but not overused

  7. Specific Cooperative Models • The Graffiti Model • The Jigsaw Model • Think, Pair Share Model

  8. Steps for the Graffiti Model • Step 1 – Prepare four questions • Step 2 – Distribute materials • Step 3 - Answer questions • Step 4 – Exchange questions • Step 5 – Return to original questions • Step 6 – Share information

  9. The Graffiti ModelExample • What are you most concerned about in your upcoming student teaching experience? • What are your greatest strengths regarding what you have to offer children in your classroom? • Why do you want to teach? • What were some characteristics of the teachers that you thought were good teachers?

  10. Steps for The Jigsaw Model • Jigsaw is when students are assigned materials to read and learn • 1. Introduce Jigsaw • 2. Assign groups to study teams • 3. Assemble groups to study material • 4. Experts teach their study teams • 5. Evaluate and provide team recognition