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Group members working working together despite different academic abilities
a) Cooperative Learning b) Group Investigation c) Think-pair-share d) Problem Solving
Students following a prescribed process that promotes accountability and limits off task behavior
a) Jigsaw b) Student Team Learning c) Think-pair-share d) Group Goals
Each student on the team becomes an expert by working with members from other teams with the same topic.
a) Equal Opportunities for Sucess b) Jigsaw c) Diversity d) Teams-Games-Tournament
This type of cooperative learning promotes planning, investigating, and reporting.
a) Group Investigation b) Student Team Learning c) Group Goals d) Jigsaw
This method of teaching is appropriate for teaching very well defined objectives
a) Student Team Learning b) Think-pair-share c) Group Investigation d) Jigsaw
Students working in small groups to help each other learn academic material
a) Group Investigation b) Jigsaw c) Student Team Learning d) All of the above
Groups choose subtopics from a unit, break subtopics into individual tasks, and prepare group reports.
a) Group Investigation b) Jigsaw c) Think-pair-share d) Teams-games-tournament
This type of cooperative learning is used in social studies and other subjects where learning from text is important
a) Group Investigation b) Jigsaw c) Think-pair-share d) Student Team Learning
What is Cooperative Learning?
a) Organized, highly structured teaching methods that usually involve formal presentation of material b) Organized, unstructured teaching methods that do not involve formal presentation of material c) Unorganized, unstructured teaching methods that involve no form of presentation of material d) Highly organized, unstructured teaching methods that involve only formal presentation of material
What is Think-pair-share?
a) Students sharing their thoughts with the class b) Teachers providing a topic for students to think to themselves c) Students pairing with another student to share with the class d) Students think to themselves; pair with another student, and share with the class
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