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HOW DO MONITORING COMMUNICATION PROVIDING FEEDBACK AND. INCORPORATION OF HIGHER LEVEL COOPERATIVE LEARNING. GROUPS PROMOTE ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL SUCCESS OF STUDENTS Page 2. What is Cooperative Learning,Cooperative and,Collaborative. Learning are,recognized as,components of,classroom learning. However many,questions remain,regarding how,Cooperative Learning Takes Many Forms. teachers might,structure and guide,children s group. experience,Mueller Fleming 2001, Figure 1 Designing Effective Cooperative Learning Lessons.
COOPERATIVE LEARNING DESIGNING EFFECTIVE LESSONS Page 3. Designing Cooperative Learning Lessons, HOW DO MONITORING COMMUNICATION PROVIDING FEEDBACK AND. INCORPORATION OF HIGHER LEVEL COOPERATIVE LEARNING. GROUPS PROMOTE ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL SUCCESS OF STUDENTS Page 4. Literature Review,One Room School House,Kansasheritage org. Page 5 VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1,Going Forward,Assessing Progress. Qualitative and,Quantitative Data,will be used to,monitor the suc Not only do you. cessfulness of the,activity have to assess the,group as a whole.
but also each,Individual,Coats Erwin Middle School. 2833 NC Hwy 55,Dunn NC 28334,Bibliography, Cohen E G 1992 April Restructuring the Classroom Conditions for Productive Small Groups Issues in Restructuring Schools. 2 4 7 Retrieved from JSTOR database, Mid continent Research for Educaiton and Learning 2005 Research into Practice Series Classroom Instruction that Works. Slavin Robert E 1980 Summer Cooperative Learning Review of Educational Research 50 2 315 342 Retrieved from. JSTOR database, Webb N M Farivar S 1994 Summer Promoting Helping Behavior in Cooperative Small Groups in Middle School Mathe. matics American Educational Research Journal 31 2 369 395 Retrieved from JSTOR database. HOW DO MONITORING COMMUNICATION PROVIDING FEEDBACK AND. INCORPORATION OF HIGHER LEVEL COOPERATIVE LEARNING. GROUPS PROMOTE ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL SUCCESS OF STUDENTS. Appendix A1, Research Question How do monitoring communication providing feedback and incorporation of higher level cooperative.
learning groups promote academic and social success of students. Description of the Instru Schedule for,Instrument Purpose. ment Collecting Data, Allows students to reflect on Each student will assess how well Directly following. their communication skills they as an individual worked the Cooperative. It also allows them to receive They will assess the feedback they Learning Activity. Individual Rubric,self feedback personally gave others their expla. nation of answers and whether or,not they were using higher level. Allows students to reflect on Each student will assess how well Directly following. the communication among a the group worked together as a the Cooperative. group It forces them to whole They will assess the feed Learning Activity. Group Rubric, think about what group work back they gave each other the.
should look and sound like explanation of answers and. It allows them to receive whether or not they were using. immediate self feedback higher level thinking, Allows me to give students The rubric will allow me to con During the Coopera. constant feedback during the stantly assess and monitor the con tive Learning Activ. cooperative learning activity versations among students I will ity. I will use this rubric to ex be giving students immediate feed. Teacher Rubric, plain to students where they back on how well they are doing. stand in terms of communi with their communication and. cation with each other higher level thinking skills I will. also monitor on task conversa,tions and math vocabulary used. Pre assessments will be used Assessment will test whether or Before no more. as a base point to determine not students understand key con than a week Coop. how students think about cepts from the objectives at hand erative Learning. certain concepts in math The assessment will include an Activity. Higher level thinking prob open ended section higher level. Pre Assessment, lems like open ended ques thinking which will require stu. tions that require students to dents to explain their reasoning. explain how to find solu when solving the problems. tions will be used to articu,late how well students ver.
balize their reasoning, Post assessments will be Assessment will test whether or After no more than. used as a comparison to pre not students understand key con a week Cooperative. assessment scores to deter cepts from the objectives at hand Learning Activity. mine whether or not progress The assessment will include an. was made Higher level open ended section higher level. thinking problems like open thinking which will require stu. Post Assessment, ended questions that require dents to explain their reasoning. students to explain how to when solving the problems. find solutions will be used to,determine any changes in. how well students verbalize,their reasoning after coopera. tive learning activities,COOPERATIVE LEARNING A2,Individual Rubric.
You will score yourself only with this rubric Be honest and if you feel as though you need to explain yourself and or your score. do so in the first column next to the words Notes to Mrs VanNewkirk. Positive Feedback,Notes to Mrs Van,I worked well with oth I worked okay with. I worked very well with ers I gave positive others I gave some I did not work well. others in my group I feedback like good job positive and negative with other students I. gave positive feedback nice try let s try again feedback when working gave mostly negative. like good job nice try most of the time I with my group I some feedback almost all of. let s try again all of the hardly ever got frus times got frustrated and the time like no that s. time I never got frus trated or angry with angry with students not right what were. trated or angry with another student who did who did not agree with you thinking or. another student who did not agree with me me you re wrong I was. not agree with me frustrated or angry the,entire time. Explanations of An,Notes to Mrs Van, Newkirk I explained how to find I sometimes explained. I always explained how the solution most of the how to find the solu I never explained how. to find the solution and time but sometimes tion and told other stu to find the solution and. never just told another told other students the dents the answer with always told students the. student the answer answer without ex out explaining it most answer without explain. without explaining it I plaining it I used the of the time I used the ing it I never used the. used the math vocabu math vocabulary most math vocabulary some math vocabulary. lary all of the time of the time of the time,Higher Level Thinking. Notes to Mrs Van,I usually discussed how I sometimes discussed.
I always discussed how I thought we should how I thought we I never discussed how I. I thought we should find the solution when should find the solution thought we should find. find the solution even someone asks but only as long as the solution even if. if someone does not ask someone asked someone asked. me to share my ideas,Overall Scoring,Notes to Mrs Van. I join group activities I only join group activi, I actively help the when someone asks I ties when someone I do not join group ac. group work together I say what I think in a asks Sometimes I say tivities even when. join group activities way that respects what what I think in a way someone asks me to. without being asked I others feel and know I that hurts others feel Or I say what I think in. say what I think in a stayed on task most of ings I stayed on task a way that hurts others. way that respects what the time some of the time feelings I was never. others feel and know I on task,stayed on task the en. HOW DO MONITORING COMMUNICATION PROVIDING FEEDBACK AND. INCORPORATION OF HIGHER LEVEL COOPERATIVE LEARNING. GROUPS PROMOTE ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL SUCCESS OF STUDENTS A3. Group Rubric, You will score your group as a whole with this rubric Be honest and if you feel as though you need to explain yourself and or. your score do so in the first column next to the words Notes to Mrs VanNewkirk. Positive Feedback,Notes to Mrs Van,My group worked well My group worked okay.
My group worked very with each other We with others Some We did not work well. well with each other gave positive feedback members gave positive with each other We. Everyone gave positive like good job nice try and some members gave mostly negative. feedback like good job let s try again most of gave negative feedback feedback almost all of. nice try let s try again the time We hardly when working with the time like no that s. all of the time We ever got frustrated or each other We some not right what were. never got frustrated or angry with another times got frustrated and you thinking or. angry with another angry with each other you re wrong We. were frustrated all the,Explanations of An,Notes to Mrs Van. Newkirk We explained how to We sometimes ex, We always explained find the solution most plained how to find the We never explained. how to find the solu of the time but some solution and told other how to find the solution. tion and never just told times told other stu students the answer and always told stu. another student the an dents the answer with without explaining it dents the answer with. swer without explain out explaining it We most of the time We out explaining it We. ing it We used the used the math vocabu used the math vocabu never used the math. math vocabulary all of lary most of the time lary some of the time vocabulary. Higher Level Thinking,Notes to Mrs Van,We usually discussed We sometimes dis. We always discussed multiple ways to find cussed multiple ways We never discussed. multiple ways to find the solution and almost find the solution but multiple ways to find. the solution even if not everyone shared their only one or two mem the solution One per. everyone believed it opinion bers shared their opin son thought of one way. was the best way to ions and we all followed,solve the problem even if we had a differ. ent opinion,Overall Scoring,Notes to Mrs Van,Almost all members Some members only.
All members actively joined group activities joined group activities Almost all members do. help the group work as long as someone when someone asks not join group activi. together Everyone asked We said what Sometimes members ties even when some. joined group activities we thought in a way said what they thought one asked them to Or. without being asked that respects what oth in a way that hurt oth almost all members said. We all said what we ers feel and know The ers feelings The what they thought in. thought in a way that group stayed on task group stayed on task ways that hurt others. respects what others most of the time some of the time feelings We were. feel and know The never on task,entire group stayed on. task the entire time, HOW DO MONITORING COMMUNICATION PROVIDING FEEDBACK AND. INCORPORATION OF HIGHER LEVEL COOPERATIVE LEARNING. GROUPS PROMOTE ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL SUCCESS OF STUDENTS A4. Teacher Rubric, I will monitor conversations among students and record how many times I see students in the following categories Each time they. are scored I will explain what category they are in as a group and if there are any issues with individual students I will address. them at that time I will constantly monitor groups and individuals throughout the activity The circles on the bottom of each square. records how many times the group was observed in that level. Positive Feedback 4 3 2 1, Group is working very Group is working well Group is working okay Group is not working. well with each other with each other Most with each other Some well with each other. Everyone is giving students are giving members are giving Members are mostly. positive feedback positive feedback like positive and some giving negative feed. No one is frustrated or good job nice try let s members are giving back almost all of the. angry try again No one is negative feedback time Members are. hardly frustrated or Some are frustrated and frustrated or angry with. angry angry each other,1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4.
Explanations of An 4 3 2 1, swers Members are explaining Members are explain Members are telling the Members are telling. how to find the solu how to find the solu other students the an other students the an. tion step by step mak tion but one student swer with very little swer without explaining. ing sure that everyone does not understand the explanation Members it Members are not. understands the process process Members are are using minimal math using the math vocabu. Members are using the using the math vocabu vocabulary lary. math vocabulary lary,1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4. Higher Level Thinking 4 3 2 1, Members are discussing Members are or have Members are somewhat Members are not dis. multiple ways to find already discussed multi discussing multiple cussing multiple ways. the solution even if not ple ways to find the ways find the solution to find the solution. everyone believed it solution and almost but only one or two One person thought of. was the best way to everyone shared their members are sharing one way and all other. solve the problem opinion their opinions students are following. the Cooperative Learning Activity Teacher Rubric social Allows me to give students constant feedback during the cooperative learning activity I will use this rubric to ex plain to students where they stand in terms of communi cation with each other The rubric will allow me to con stantly assess and monitor the con versations among students

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