Collaborative learning: comparison of outcomes for typically developing children and children with intellectual disabilities.

@article{Wishart2007CollaborativeLC,
  title={Collaborative learning: comparison of outcomes for typically developing children and children with intellectual disabilities.},
  author={Jennifer G Wishart and Diane S. Willis and K R Cebula and Tom K Pitcairn},
  journal={American journal of mental retardation : AJMR},
  year={2007},
  volume={112 5},
  pages={361-74}
}
Collaborative learning is widely used in mainstream education but rarely utilized with children who have intellectual disabilities, possibly on the assumption that the metacognitive skills on which it capitalizes are less likely to be available. Effects of collaborative learning experience on a core cognitive skill, sorting by category, were investigated in three child groups: typically developing (TD) children, children with nonspecific intellectual disabilities (NSID) and children with Down… CONTINUE READING

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