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1 Cooperative Learning with the Computer
Essential Question: Why cooperative learning with computer? Members Jonniel Miano Judy Ann Bangalao Gedeviene Belinario Margie Batingal Gladys Torcino Angelee Cezarine Magpatoc Cooperative Learning with the Computer

2 What is Cooperative learning?
Introduction learning by small groups of students who work together in a common learning task. (Lucido P.,2012, Educational Technology 2) In the mid-1960s, cooperative learning was relatively unknown and largely ignored by educators.  Elementary, secondary, and university teaching was dominated by competitive and individualistic learning.  Cooperative learning is now an accepted and often the preferred instructional procedure at all levels of education.  Cooperative learning is presently used in schools and universities in every part of the world, in every subject area, and with every age student. a successful teaching strategy in which small teams, each with students of different levels of ability, use a variety of learning activities to improve their understanding of a subject. Each member of a team is responsible not only for learning what is taught but also for helping teammates learn, thus creating an atmosphere of achievement. Office of Reseach June 1992

3 Contents 5 Elements Advantages and disadvantages
Cooperative learning and the computer Types of cooperative learning

4 Individual accountability
5 Elements Interdependence A common goal Interaction Social skills Individual accountability

5 Advantages Disadvantages
Having conversation s that nothing to do with the lesson Encourages active learning while motivating students Students become impatient Increases academic performance One student most doing the task. Promotes literacy and languages skills Improves teacher

6 Components of cooperative learning
Assigning students to mixed- ability teams Insuring individual accountability Teaching cooperative social skills Helping groups process information Establishing positive interdependence

7 Types of Cooperative Learning
is effective for learning complex subject matter over the course or semester and establishes caring, supportive peer relationships, which in turn motivates and strengthens the student’s commitment to the group’s education while increasing self-esteem and self-worthit also makes the students accountable to educating their peer group in the event that a member was absent for a lesson. This is effective both for individual learning, as well as social support. Elements Formal cooperative is structured, facilitated, and monitored by the educator over time and is used to achieve group goals in task work (e.g. completing a unit). Any course material or assignment can be adapted to this type of learning, and groups can vary from 2-6 people with discussions lasting from a few minutes up to an entire period incorporates group learning with passive teaching by drawing attention to material through small groups throughout the lesson or by discussion at the end of a lesson, and typically involves groups of two (e.g. turn-to-your-partner discussions) Informal cooperative Base group learning

8 Lucido P.,2012, Educational Technology
References Internet Resources Book Lucido P.,2012, Educational Technology

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