Co-operative methods in the development of school support in the United States a study of methods of supporting schools : in the colonies, by the federal government, by the states : a statistical study of support for twenty-two years, and some recent tendencies by Rolland Maclaren Stewart

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Co-operative Learning encourages students to support their classmates in a group rather than to compete against one another. In this way, students can combine their talents and help one another.

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Also in this Book. Teaching methods comprise the principles and methods that are used by teachers to facilitate learning by students. Strategies are determined both by the subject matter to be taught and the characteristics of the student.

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