Grouping Students for Success
Teachers want to get the most out of grouping students for learning, as using cooperative learning strategies has a positive effect on student learning outcomes. Dr. Glenda Ogletree shares effective practices for structuring and using cooperative learning groups, including how to set up and facilitate groups, assign roles and responsibilities, and assess students.
Glenda L. Ogletree
Dr. Glenda L. Ogletree taught in elementary schools for 30 years. She is now an associate professor at Armstrong State University. Her research interests are cooperative learning and pedagogical content knowledge.
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