Learning to Cooperate

Sonnier-York, Charlotte; Stanford, Pokey
July 2002
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p40
Academic Journal
Provides guidelines and recommendations for teachers dealing with the dilemmas of cooperative learning. Strategy for teaching the handicapped improve both intellectual and social skills; Teaching of values such as caring, sharing and helping; Students' accountability for project completion and quality. INSET: Reflections on Cooperative Learning--and Teaching.


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