Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Most middle school educators agree that a major challenge for middle school teachers is to seek ways to create classroom environments and school learning climates that promote school success while reducing the disappointment and futility that saps students of their drive to engage in the learning process. One proven route to meeting this challenge is the use of cooperative learning in the classroom (Tyrrell, 1990). Many studies have shown that students in cooperative learning groups learn more than do students in traditional programs (Slavin, 1987).
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
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©1992 David H. Michels
Michels, David H., "Cooperative learning: Its many effective uses in the mathematics classroom" (1992). Graduate Research Papers. 2956.