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1 Presented by: Caroline Dodgeon Support from: Ruth Farrimond It’s all about engagement!

2 Objective  To use Kagan Cooperative Learning techniques to plan a lesson or to adapt a scheme of work  Outcomes To reflect on good practice To discuss strengths and weaknesses of using Kagan Cooperative learning techniques in your lessons To produce a lesson that uses Kagan techniques Why? “I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts.” John Locke “One of the great tragedies of life is that men seldom bridge the gulf between practice and profession, between doing and saying.” Martin Luther King Why? “I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts.” John Locke “One of the great tragedies of life is that men seldom bridge the gulf between practice and profession, between doing and saying.” Martin Luther King

3 You are going to share something from Kagan that you have used since September, how did it work?: Stand up, hand up, pair up. Share your idea with your partner (both partners should do this) Move on the next partner and share the idea you have just been told to the next person. Remember: Remember: You should always put your hand up when you are looking for a partner. 2 minutes

4 You are going to share some things that you see as strengths and weaknesses of Kagan Cooperative learning. 90 seconds think write time. Round robin your ideas 1 idea at a time You are going to share some things that you see as strengths and weaknesses of Kagan Cooperative learning. 90 seconds think write time. Round robin your ideas 1 idea at a time

5 As a group choose one of the weaknesses that you have identified. By yourself on your whiteboard write down a solution to this weakness. Share your ideas as a group. Select the best solution to the problem you have identified. Ensure all members of your group know the solution. Be ready to share your answers.

6 Use this time to plan a lesson that uses a variety of Kagan Cooperative Learning strategies. Strategies we have covered: Think write round robin Timed round robin Rally robin Timed pair share Brainstorming + roles Team projects + roles Blind sequencing Inside outside circle Fan and Pick Numbered heads together Quiz Quiz trade.

7 Consolidate Timed round robin You each have 2 minutes to share with your group what you have come up with.

8 Any Questions?

9 Objective  To use Kagan Cooperative Learning techniques to plan a lesson or to adapt a scheme of work  Outcomes To reflect on good practice To discuss strengths and weaknesses of using Kagan Cooperative learning techniques in your lessons To produce a lesson that uses Kagan techniques Why? “I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts.” John Locke “One of the great tragedies of life is that men seldom bridge the gulf between practice and profession, between doing and saying.” Martin Luther King Why? “I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts.” John Locke “One of the great tragedies of life is that men seldom bridge the gulf between practice and profession, between doing and saying.” Martin Luther King


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