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Cooperative Learning is a teaching strategy where the class is divided into smaller teams of students with different levels of ability. Each student is responsible for learning the material and helping other members of the team learn. Work continues until all members understand.
  • Carleton College: Cooperative Learning

    Education module gives definition, methods, benefits, techniques, testimonials, and resources.

  • Cooperative and Collaborative Learning

    Offers overview, differences, developments, criticisms, and benefits. Includes demonstration and implementation.

  • Cooperative Learning

    Article by Felder, R. M.; Brent, R. focuses on defining criteria of cooperative learning, applications, research bases, proven implementation methods, and common obstacles.

  • Cooperative Learning Center

    Highlights a training and research center that fosters interaction among students as they learn the required skills.

  • Ten Tips for Cooperative Learning

    Presents ideas for successfully using cooperative learning, including numbering, group grading, listing, and group roles.

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