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Jeopardy. Cooperative Learning. Hosted by Lauren Anderson, Diane Brackman, and Lisa Stanton. Click Here for Directions Click Here to Play. Oct ‘06. Traits. Groups. Benefits. Other. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500.
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Lauren Anderson, Diane Brackman,
and Lisa Stanton
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What is Cooperative Learning?
It is defined as students working
together to “attain goals that
cannot be obtained working
alone or competitively”.
What is “Split-Class Discussion”?
The class is split in half. Each
side discusses/debates their
What is the number of benefits provided by cooperative learning?
Who can Cooperative Learning be traced back to?
What is the responsibility of each student?
Each individual team member
needs to learn the material
and also help other members
of the team learn.
What is a “Jigsaw”?
Each student researches one
part of the question and comes
back to group to
teach their part to the group.
What is one social interaction benefit of cooperative learning?
Students are able to develop
and practice skills that will be
needed to function in society
and the workplace.
How large should the groups be?
Should be no larger than 3 to 4
How is cognitive growth stimulated?
Students help one another
clarify concepts and ideas
through discussion and debate.
What is a “Diversity Group”?
Students are formed into
groups where they come from
a wide variety of backgrounds,
What is one psychological benefit of cooperative learning?
Students develop a more positive
attitude toward learning and
What is the best time to implement cooperative learning?
At the start of a new term
or new school year
What are the steps for Pre-Implementation?
Steps to follow: 1) determine
objectives 2) determine groups
3) arrange room 4) plan
materials 5) assign group roles
6) assign task 7) explain rubric
What is “Numbered Heads”?
Group members are assigned
a number. The group discusses
the topic, and then the instructor
calls one number. The person
with that number answers for
What is one academic benefit of cooperative learning?
Students develop a more
complete and thorough
understanding of the material.
What is one way to deal with groups that finish early?
Instructor can provide
for these groups.
What is the teacher’s role?
Teacher should monitor
behavior, intervene when
necessary, assist with needs, and
praise good group-work
What is “Structured Problem Solving”?
Groups are given a problem to
solve within a specified time.
All members must agree and
all must be able to explain
What is one assessment benefit of cooperative learning?
Instructors can use more
authentic assessments such as
observation, peer assessment,
and writing reflections.
What is one drawback of CL for instructors?
The creation and implementation
of cooperative learning groups
can be very time consuming.
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