Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Group work in education;
In this review, existing evidence as to the potential benefits of cooperative learning for instruction were explored. A definition of cooperative learning was generated as well as an effective method of implementation. Experts, teachers, parents, and students were utilized as sources for analyzing the benefits and drawbacks to using cooperative learning in schools. The results of the review indicate that cooperative learning is an effective and viable method of instruction today, which should continue to be used in the future.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Division of Elementary Education
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©1996 Drew DeLong
DeLong, Drew, "Cooperative learning: Benefits, drawbacks, and viability" (1996). Graduate Research Papers. 2197.