Cooperative Learning for Intercultural Classroomshelps both pre-service and in-service teachers to develop a well-researched pedagogy that supports inclusive practice for a globalised world. It provides: an overview of theoretical perspectives that illustrate why cooperative learning is an effective learning strategy; reviews research findings about how cooperative learning supports inclusion; and outlines the strategies and methods that support teachers in putting cooperative learning into practice.
Providing a step-by-step guide to implementing cooperative learning for schools, teachers and teacher educators, this invaluable resource includes:
Chapter 1. Understanding Theory and Principles
Chapter 2. Case Studies of Cooperative Learning from Around the World
Chapter 3. Implementing Cooperative Learning in the Classroom
Chapter 4. Professional Development Approaches for Cooperative Learning
Appendix 1. Cooperative Learning Structures
Appendix 2. Types of Cooperative Learning