This is our fourth and final post in a series on cooperative learning. Previously we’ve discussed what cooperative learning is, different types, and how to plan and prepare for it effectively. This last post outlines some examples of cooperative learning activities to be used in your training sessions.
Often teachers can over think cooperative learning exercises and make them more complicated than necessary. While there is a place for long range assignments, it is also acceptable to use quick and easy activities to promote group learning. Not only are these effective, they are also great ways to fill an extra couple minutes or break up a long lecture.
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