Presentation on theme: "An introduction to Co-operative Learning Julie Thorpe Lead for Schools Programmes and Digital Learning."— Presentation transcript:
An introduction to Co-operative Learning Julie Thorpe Lead for Schools Programmes and Digital Learning
The Co-operative College Vision To be world leaders in education for co-operation. Mission To put education at the heart of co-operation and co-operation at the heart of education.
Algebra activity In your groups, you have 3 minutes to complete as many of the questions as possible. Group work
Did one person who was good at maths find the answers? Was everyone involved? Did anyone/everyone learn something? Does small group work guarantee learning? Reflection
“Imagine a doctor goes to sleep for 100 years and then wakes up. She decides to go to work and practise medicine. Imagine her surprise at the latest technology, methods and medicines, or indeed the reaction of other doctors or patients. Imagine instead a teacher who does the same and goes back to the classroom after 100 years. He goes to the front of the class room and takes up his chalk, writes a few key points and the goes on to question students, to which individuals put up their hands to respond. Would anyone notice that 100 years have elapsed since he last taught?” (Robert Slavin) In pairs spend three minutes discussing the extent to which you think pedagogy has changed in the last 100 years? Activity
Open questioning/ interactive learning or ‘Guess what is in my mind’? Interactive?
10 per cent of what we read 20 per cent of what we hear 30 per cent of what we see 50 per cent of what we hear and see 70 per cent of what we discuss with others 80 per cent of what we experience personally 90 per cent of what we teach to others. How much of what we have learnt about learning over the last 100 years do we put into practice? We learn…
Robert Slavin Spencer Kagan David and Roger Johnson Shlomo Sharan Richard Smuck Elizabeth Cohen Don Brown Charlotte Thomson Wendy Jolliffe Co-operative learning