Cooperative Learning Group 2 By Athip, Abrar, Shifon, Geoff, and Dalal
Headlines Definition 1 How do people learn ? 2 Advantages 3 Advantages 4 5 Disadvantages References
What is Cooperative Learning? • When a small group of learners are gaining knowledge about a certain subject • It includes: • - teamwork • - combination of ideas • - collection of different sources • - brainstorming
ADVANTAGES Builds an ethnic relation among students creating mutual understanding between them. Increases one's self-esteem, social skills, and study skills. Students learn about shared group challenges, learn to value shared work Working in groups students learn to work with and understand others who differ from themselves. Templates
DISADVANTAGES • Students may simply not have the skills to help one another learn • Student may choose not to work as hard as others • Student may simply allow others to do everything for them • When a student does not complete his portion This one student hurts the entire group and brings the morale down
Group’s Stance • We agree with Cooperative learning because it really helps most students, and it can help to develop skills and contribute to make the students better.
REFRENCES… • Dr. Spencer Kagan's thoughts on cooperative learning. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.teach-nology.com/currenttrends/cooperative_learning/kagan/ • Tunarely, K.(n.d.). Advantages and disadvantages of classroom projects. Retrieved from http://www.ehow.com/info_7933801_advantages-disadvantages-classroom-projects.html • Amya. (2011, April 16). Cooperative learning. Retrieved from http://austincooperativelearning.blogspot.com/2011/04/advantagesdisadvantages.html • Franks, R. (n.d.). Pros and cons of collaborative/cooperative learning. Retrieved from http://tep.uoregon.edu/resources/librarylinks/articles/proscons.html • Smaldino, S. E., Lowther, D. L., & Russell, J. D. (2012). Achieving 21st century learnng environments. (pp. 77-78). Boston, MA: Pearson.