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Cooperative Learning in a Competitive Environment: Classroom Applications

@inproceedings{Attle2007CooperativeLI,
  title={Cooperative Learning in a Competitive Environment: Classroom Applications},
  author={Simon P. Attle and Bob Baker},
  year={2007}
}
Many university level programs are obligated to prepare students for professional employment while simultaneously providing the academic rigor consistent with university level study. These programs include but are not limited to: commercial recreation, sport management, therapeutic recreation, marketing, accounting, and law. Consequently, an education in any of these areas has to not only foster student learning, but also enhance opportunities for students’ professional development… 
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