1. acquiring knowledge in small teams, wherein it is anticipated that each member will use their experiences and skills to add to the work efforts. 2. an official approach in obtaining data that mixes insights acquired from class with those acquired from working. Generally, the official school facet of direction is centered particularly on the tangible occupational experience.
What is COOPERATIVE LEARNING?
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COOPERATIVE LEARNING: "Cooperative learning is required at some point in most degree programs at higher learning institutions."
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