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Students' Perceptions of Cooperative Learning Strategies in Post-Secondary Classrooms.

@inproceedings{Fennell1992StudentsPO,
  title={Students' Perceptions of Cooperative Learning Strategies in Post-Secondary Classrooms.},
  author={Hope-Arlene Fennell},
  year={1992}
}
  • Hope-Arlene Fennell
  • Published 1992
  • Political Science
  • A study of graduate students in education and forestry explored their preferences and perceptions of cooperative learning strategies. The study examined strategies derived from the work of R. Slavin and D. Johnson including the following: think-pair-square, think-pair-share, jigsaw strategies, and cooperative group investigation. Of the 208 students participating in this study, 27 were in forestry and 181 in education. The students were all involved with all of the cooperative learning… CONTINUE READING

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