This guide provides a step-by-step approach for implementing cooperative learning, covers the key factors that make this method work, and provides guidelines for measuring the program's effectiveness.

Talk, Talk, Talk
Talk, talk, talk

Learning requires interaction and not only does this need interpersonal skills, it also requires the skills of communication. Research shows a clear link between talk and learning.1 It is surprising, therefore, that this is a factor that was not recognised until relatively recently. Spoken language was largely ignored as a key part of the school curriculum until the 1960s and it was not until the National Oracy Project, in the late 1980s and early 1990s that things began to really change. The following depicts what it ...

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