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

2 Objective  To develop greater understanding of the 4 basic principles of cooperative learning [PIES] using Kagan structures. Outcomes To define and explain PIES To analyse Kagan cooperative learning structures using PIES To generate an idea to use in your the classroom Risk Behold the turtle. He makes progress only when he sticks his neck out! [James B Conant]Risk

3 Which shape best describes you/your personality? Write the reasons on your whiteboard [30 seconds] Each member of the team in turn will explain their answer [30 seconds each]

4  Read information – independent learning  Assign number & letter - ready to explain [can put up to 5 key words on whiteboard as a prompt]  Number 1’s [P] starts – explain/summarise in 1 minute  Number 2 – 1 minute and so on  Once round under timed conditions taking turns

5  Describe a good team member - think time  In pairs list the characteristics - taking turns Analysis Teacher A / Teacher B / Teacher C - handout Discuss

6 Teacher ATeacher BTeacher C P – Positive Interdependence I – Individual Accountability E – Equal Participation S – Simultaneous Interaction Analysis

7 Comparison of 2 teaching structures T HINK P AIR S HARE Analysis

8 Mean?  What % are talking/writing at any one moment?  Must everyone perform in front of someone  Does task completion depend on everyone?  What created equal participation – Time? Turn?  Does one doing well help others Analysis Students feel?  Need each other  Can’t hide  Engaged  Equal status [Time and/or turn]  On the same side

9 Which aspect of pies is most important for you to start working on? Consider which structure/s you are going to start to use in your lessons before the next session. N.B. N.B. The ones used today require limited preparation to begin to incorporate them in lessons! E.G’s  Think-write-RoundRobin  Timed RoundRobin  RallyRobin  Timed Pair Share Consolidate & The future

10 Any Questions?

11 Objective  To develop greater understanding of the 4 basic principles of cooperative learning [PIES] using Kagan structures. Outcomes To define and explain PIES To analyse Kagan cooperative learning structures using PIES To generate an idea to use in your the classroom Risk Behold the turtle. He makes progress only when he sticks his neck out! [James B Conant]Risk


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