Erasmus + KA1Lets work and innovate together
Students are not all involved or on task:Assign specific tasks to all students.Groups are too noisy:Have students move closer together.Members act out:Use motivation tactics to hold each person responsible for his actions -- for example, remind students that their participation in the group and their individual work are both being graded.Work is slow or incomplete:Work with students to set specific goals each day; have students create a timeline for their project and stick to it.
STEP 1: Lead-inSTEP 2: Introduction of Content STEP 3: We process the informationStep 4: Feedback and Conclusion
Step-by-Step Lesson Planning Without a clear plan, cooperative learning can appear exhausting. However, a well-thought out strategy can make it work in almost any classroom.*
A few additional essentials will help ensure that your groups find success in their work together:
Set specific time frames for each phase of the unit
Consider how the small groups represent the full spectrum of students and guide students in choosing roles that use their strengths and develop their weaker areas.
Prepare sample collaborative activities.
Consider how extracurricular activities can help.
Discuss methods of making assessment a partof both students' and teachers' learning.
Cooperative learning 1 and 2 termsPhase 1The first stepsOcassional pairs that work with technical informal cooperativesTeam work timeTime spent with groupsSize of the groupsTechnical cooperativesCooperative rolesCooperative skillsPairsOne week-two weeks5- 10 minutes per lessonTechnical informal cooperativesWe work without rolesQualification skills
Cooperative learning 3 termsPhase 2ConsolidationBase groups that work with technical cooperativesTeam work timeTime spent with groupsSize of the groupsTechnical cooperativesCooperative rolesCooperative skillsTeams of fourOne month- One term15- 20 minutes per lessonTechnical informal cooperativesWe introduce rolesOperating skills
Cooperative learning 1 term and morePhase 3PerfectionBase groups that work with formal and informal technical cooperativesTeam work timeTime spent with groupsSize of the groupsTechnical cooperativesCooperative rolesCooperative skillsTeams of fourOne term50 minutes per lessonInformal and formal technical cooperatives Perfection rolesOperating skills/fermentation
WE HAVE TO ASSESS THE PRODUCT AND THE PROGRESS