Cooperative Learning Models for the 3 R's

Slavin, Robert E.; Madden, Nancy A.; Stevens, Robert J.
December 1989
Educational Leadership;Dec89/Jan90, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p22
Discusses the successful use of cooperative learning as the primary instructional method in reading, writing and mathematics. Information on cooperative learning model of Team Assisted Individualization (TAI); Principal features of TAI; Details of the Cooperative Integrated Reading and Composition program on cooperative learning; Function of cooperative learning in initiating curriculum changes and instruction.


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