Learning to Cooperate

@article{SonnierYork2002LearningTC,
  title={Learning to Cooperate},
  author={Charlotte Sonnier-York and Pokey Stanford},
  journal={TEACHING Exceptional Children},
  year={2002},
  volume={34},
  pages={40 - 44}
}
teachers ask questions like these when first considering using cooperative learning in their classrooms. They may ask privately: The strategy may come highly recommended and may be supported by research, all right—but have any of these researchers actually implemented it? Have they seen my classroom? This article explores these issues and more, presenting the personal experiences of one of the authors (see box), and provides guidelines and recommendations for other teachers dealing with the… Expand
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