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resources regarding instructional techniques that require positive interdependence between learners for learning to occur


  • Adventist Resource
    Beyond Cooperative Learning: Building a Learning Community Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the special JAE issue on cooperative learning states that a classroom needs to become a Christian learning community where students are involved together in learning and developing character. The author shares how this can be achieved by...

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    Bringing Powerful Teaching to the Small School Kindergarten-Grade 10
    Larry Burton shares his experiences in using many instructional strategies in a one-room school. Implementing these strategies can lead to what the author calls "instructional empowerment." Models of Teaching (MOT) strategies discussed include: Synetics;...

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    Challenges in the Evaluation of Teacher Education Programs: the Case of a Program in Cooperative Learning Methods Tertiary-Lifelong
    The evaluation of in-service teacher training programs is a challenge for specialists both in the field of training and in the field of educational evaluation and, because of this, it is generally the least worked area in teacher training programs. The purpose...

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    Cooperating for Success - Cooperative Learning Benefits Teachers and Students Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Cooperative learning can be incorporated in multi-grade settings if several steps are followed. First the teacher must make a commitment to stay with cooperative learning long enough to become proficient at it. Second, go slowly. Third, have someone to whom...

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    Cooperation - The Only Way to Go in Small Schools Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This article from the special JAE issue on cooperative learning states that multigrade classrooms provide the perfect climate for practicing cooperative learning skills. The author gives suggestions for the different subject areas as well as catchy getting-started...

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    Cooperative Education Necessary Tool for Teaching and Learning Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the special JAE issue on cooperative learning shows how important cooperative learning is in the classroom. Cooperative learning has shown measurable results in the following areas: higher achievement; improved critical thinking; increased...

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    Cooperative Learning Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article defines cooperative learning, what makes it an effective teaching strategy, and how suitable it is for the Christian classroom. The author supports his discussion with current research on cooperative learning, and provides suggestions on how to...

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    Cooperative Learning - An Alternative to Lecturing in College Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article from the special JAE issue on cooperative learning shows how cooperative learning can be used effectively in college. The author gives practical suggestions on getting started and along with a sample class period outline, explains several simple...

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    Cooperative Learning - Setting the Stage for Faith and Learning in the Classroom Tertiary-Lifelong
    Gaikwad shares "specifics of cooperative learning...to bring awareness among educators." The author also highlights the faith and learning benefits of this approach in a Christian classroom." This paper was presented at the 18th Institute...

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    Cooperative Learning in the Theology Classroom Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article suggests ways that students can work as a unit, without external supervision, to complete a research assignment. It draws on the author's experience at Montemorelos University in Mexico and outlines the process that resulted in a better model...

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    Cooperative learning in university seniors Tertiary-Lifelong
    This paper presents a series of arguments as to why we should change the way we teach in university classrooms whose students are older people. Cooperative learning is proposed as one of the main incentives where the older person takes an active role in their...

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    Encouraging Active Learning Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The question 'What is Active Teaching and Active Learning?' is asked and answered in this article. Active teaching engages the students in learning. Five techniques are discussed: Inductive Reasoning (List, Group, Label); Think, Pair-Share; Write, Pair-Share;...

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    Evaluation by project Grade 10-Lifelong
    Project-based learning is a student-centered teaching model. It develops skills and content-area knowledge through an extended assignment, which promotes student inquiry and authentic demonstration of learning, in products and performance. Project-based learning...

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    First Steps in Cooperative Learning Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the special JAE issue on cooperative learning shares how teachers acquire knowledge about and implement cooperative learning techniques in their classrooms. In addition to being trained by competent instructors, teachers interested in cooperative...

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    Gain Power by Giving it Away! Cooperative Classroom Management Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Having a cooperative classroom atmosphere starts at the beginning of the school year. Involve students in writing classroom rules. Let them become involved with "town meetings" to discuss and evaluate how things are going in the classroom. Teach...

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    I Didn't Even Know I Liked You - Elementary Students Learn People Skills and Subject Matter Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This article from the special JAE issue on cooperative learning shows how students involved with cooperative learning not only master subject matter, but also learn social skills. One of the first steps the classroom teacher must take is to provide opportunities...

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    Internal Regulations of the Adventist Institute of La Pampa Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This document describes the Adventist worldview, the objectives of the institution, the behavioral guidelines and the administrative processes used to accept or expel a student.

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    JAE Editorial: Cooperative Learning - An Opportunity with Eternal Value Kindergarten-Lifelong
    In this special issue on cooperative learning, Jim Roy discusses the importance of cooperative learning in furthering the mission of our church. Teachers are asked to imagine what our school system could accomplish if every student is taught to work well with...

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    JAE Editorial: Working Together to Enhance Teaching and Learning Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Timothy Green's editorial explores the benefits of collaboration within the teaching and learning environment and the positive results that come from working together to achieve common goals.

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    Making Science Irresistible Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the JAE special science issue provides suggestions on how to make science classes irresistibly interesting. Ideas include bulletin boards, classroom displays or interest centers, planning, handouts, cooperative learning, current events, and...

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    Out on a Lim Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Find resources for online teaching, technology column articles, and other teaching and learning resources from Janine Lim's personal webpage.

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    School science exhibitions and their contribution to the affective domain in participating students Grade 7-Tertiary
    The objective was to establish a bridge between science education inside and outside the school, taking advantage of the potential of certain means of social diffusion of science to involve students in a process of self-learning, and using, on the other hand,...

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    Start Small, Dream Big Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Collaboration--a way of involving individuals or groups in an equal partnership that can influence decision making and creative problem-solving--is a valuable method of exchanging ideas and information between parents, teachers, or administrators. This article...

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    Students’ Perceptions on Cooperative Learning at a Faith-Based College in Myanmar Tertiary
    "This case study conducted at a faith-based college with 7 participants was meant to analyze the effectiveness of cooperative learning from the perspectives and experiences of the students. The findings showed that students benefited much from cooperative...

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    Teaching a Thematic Unit Using Cooperative Learning and Multiple Intelligence Theory Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article from the special JAE issue on cooperative learning discusses combining cooperative learning with thematic teaching. The specific types of thematic teaching discussed are Group Investigation and Literature-Based Instruction.

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    The Co-op Co-op! Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Janet Griffith share some contemporary, hands-on, and cooperative activites used in the classroom. The different teaching styles of this age and the teacher's need to understand it is emphasized.

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    The effectiveness of cooperative learning teams using the Bcube(TM) process Tertiary
    Problem: Cooperative learning is attempted by placing students in group learning situations in which they receive assignments without a structured group or team-formation process. This study evaluated the effectiveness of the Bcube(TM) process with...

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    The Small-Group Approach in the Teaching Process Tertiary-Lifelong
    Stele investigates the efficiency of the small-group approach in the teaching process and to share some details on how it to make it work. This paper was presented at the 21st Institute of Christian Teaching.

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    Why You Need to Be Savvy About Learning Styles Kindergarten-Grade 12
    As student populations become more diverse, educators need to use a variety of teaching methodologies in an effort to help students learn how they learn best. Dorothy Patterson shares insights on how important it is for teachers to understand and accommodate...