Cooperative Learning Kagan 2 – RF & CED

Report
Presented by:
Ruth Farrimond
Support from:
Caroline Dodgeon
&
Denise Skipsey
It’s all about engagement!
Risk
Behold the turtle. He makes
progress only when he sticks his
neck out! [James B Conant]
Objective
 To develop greater understanding of the 4 basic
principles of cooperative learning [PIES] using
Kagan structures.
Outcomes
 To define and explain PIES
 To analyse Kagan cooperative learning structures
using PIES
 To generate an idea to use in your the classroom
Which shape best describes you/your personality?
Write the reasons on your whiteboard [30 seconds]
Each member of the team in
turn will explain their answer
[30 seconds each]
 Read information – independent learning
 Assign number & letter - ready to explain [can put up to 5 key words on
whiteboard as a prompt]
 Number 1’s [P] starts – explain/summarise in 1 minute
 Number 2 – 1 minute and so on
 Once round under timed conditions taking turns
 Describe a good team member - think time
 In pairs list the characteristics - taking turns
Teacher A / Teacher B / Teacher C - handout
Discuss
Analysis
Analysis
Teacher A
P – Positive
Interdependence
I – Individual
Accountability
E – Equal
Participation
S – Simultaneous
Interaction
Teacher B
Teacher C
Comparison of 2 teaching structures
THINK PAIR SHARE
Analysis
Analysis
Mean?
 What % are
talking/writing at
any one moment?
 Must everyone
perform in front of
someone
 Does task
completion depend
on everyone?
 What created
equal participation –
Time? Turn?
 Does one doing well
help others
Students feel?
 Need each
other
 Can’t hide
 Engaged
 Equal status
[Time and/or
turn]
 On the same
side
Consolidate &
The future
Which aspect of pies is most important for you to start working on?
Consider which structure/s you are going to start to use in your lessons before the
next session.
N.B. The ones used today require limited preparation to begin to incorporate them in
lessons!
E.G’s
 Think-write-RoundRobin
 Timed RoundRobin
 RallyRobin
 Timed Pair Share
Any Questions?
Risk
Behold the turtle. He makes
progress only when he sticks his
neck out! [James B Conant]
Objective
 To develop greater understanding of the 4 basic
principles of cooperative learning [PIES] using
Kagan structures.
Outcomes
 To define and explain PIES
 To analyse Kagan cooperative learning structures
using PIES
 To generate an idea to use in your the classroom

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