The jigsaw classroom: building cooperation in the classroom
This book is written primarily for teachers who are looking for ways to expand their classroom repertoire in a more cooperative direction. It is aimed at demonstrating the benefits of cooperative learning and showing teachers how they can easily adopt the jigsaw method and integrate it into their usual ways of teaching.
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Competition in Society
The Jigsaw Classroom
Cooperative Learning Strategies
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