Cooperative learning in diverse classrooms
As cooperative learning becomes a more common practice in U.S. education, the need will increase for educators to understand the theoretical foundations and the principles of cooperative learning. The goal of this book is to help you apply these well-validated principles to today's challenging and changing classrooms.
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Facilitating Cooperative Learning
Developing Students Cooperative Skills
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