The Cooperative Classroom:  Kagan’s Instructional Practices

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Course ID: Education A5291
Division: Undergraduate Studies, Graduate Studies
Program: Education (M.A.)
Location: On Campus

Research consistently supports that Cooperative Learning improves academic achievement, social skills and relations, self- esteem and the schooling experience in general. Participants will explore Dr. Spencer Kagan’s theories on Cooperative Learning and be guided in the acquisition of a wide range of practical instructional methods called Co-op Structures. Other benefits of this program include: intensifying the motivation to learn, decreasing time lost to classroom management, and improving acceptance of mainstreamed students.