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Achievement by all students within the context of co-operative learning groups

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Evidence is growing that co-operative, interdependent learning positively affects the skills acquisition of students with learning challenges. This article outlines a study of three children with multiple severe disabilities placed in regular classrooms. It shows that these children were able to achieve targeted basic skills, while also showing that other members of their co-operative learning groups performed as well in meeting academic goals as those in a co-operative learning group where there was no child with a severe disability. Keywords: Education, Inclusion, School age

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Author
Hunt, Pam et al
Source
JASH Vol. 19 No. 4
Publisher
TASH
Publication Date
1 January 1994
Category
Professionals
Keywords
Education, Inclusion, School age
Origin
United States

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