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COOPERATIVE/COLLABORATIVE LEARNING

When students interact with each other in well-structured assignments, they learn both content and group process skills better than students in traditional classrooms. That finding has established cooperative and collaborative learning as one of the most powerful and empowering resources to develop in the past thirty years. It has proven effective in diverse settings, from English Lanuage Learners to teams of Law students, all levels and all subjects. These sites will help teachers confirm and improve their efforts to make student-student interaction and support a key aspect of their classrooms.


  1. TED'S COOPERATIVE LEARNING and WRITING ACROSS the CURRICULUM SITE
  2. COLLABORATIVE LEARNING
  3. SHARED INQUIRY
  4. COOPERATIVE LEARNING LINKS
  5. Collaboration for Quality Learning
  6. ACTIVE LEARNING and COOPERATIVE LEARNING
  7. Active/Cooperative Learning
  8. Dynamic Format: How to Run Better Meetings, Groups, Clubs and Classes -- Dynamic Format opens Socratic Method to all of us, rather than only to an advantaged few.
  9. Socratic Method
  10. The Socratic Continuum
  11. The Cooperative Learning Center at the University of Minnesota -- Fertile site on cooperative learning and peace-making
  12. Cooperative Learning
  13. The Cooperative Learning Network
  14. Cooperative Learning
  15. Cooperative and Collaborative Learning -- A richly resourceful site
  16. Active and Cooperative Learning
  17. Social Contstructivist Theories
  18. 2nd grade Math Small Group Report
  19. WEB PROJECTS, K-12 -- Source of many good collaborative Internet projects
  20. PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING -- Life-like problems provide basis for collaborative study
  21. GROUP PARTICIPATION RUBRIC -- Tool for assessing collaborative process



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