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Hi Everyone,

I have been following along with interest, but I have a question. Has anyone in this thread defined either "lecture"]]>Jul 3, 1995 1:07:34 PMJul 3, 1995 1:07:34 PMshir+@pitt.edu0Re: co-operative learning
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>With regard to what is way below this, when that person does this, is not >that person lecturing? What this is]]>Jul 1, 1995 1:29:00 PMJul 1, 1995 1:29:00 PMnorton@moose.erie.net1Re: co-operative learning
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that person lecturing? What this is about is the notion that no one]]>Jul 1, 1995 12:46:21 PMJul 1, 1995 12:46:21 PMjbens@casbah.acns.nwu.edu0Re: co-operative learning
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>Lecture still serves several great purposes, > 1) the teacher can model a process (problem-solving,]]>Jul 1, 1995 10:21:00 AMJul 1, 1995 10:21:00 AMnorton@moose.erie.net0Re: co-operative learning
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>If teachers are to become >more inovative in our teaching, we have to be given more >preparation]]>Jun 29, 1995 7:17:54 AMJun 29, 1995 7:17:54 AMben@forum.swarthmore.edu0Re: co-operative learning
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day 5 days a week can become mentally dulling. ]]>Jun 28, 1995 11:00:11 PMJun 28, 1995 11:00:11 PMMCotton@aol.com0Re: co-operative learning
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>One thing I have learned is >that there is a difference in group work and]]>Jun 28, 1995 10:24:03 AMJun 28, 1995 10:24:03 AMEd.Dickey@SCarolina.edu0Re: co-operative learning
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Tonya,

YOu've brought up some important points regarding teacher decision making. There is no ONE perfect way! Teachers must decide]]>Jun 28, 1995 9:56:47 AMJun 28, 1995 9:56:47 AMlcoutts@mail.coin.missouri.edu0Re: co-operative learning
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teaching techniques, but if used constantly for every lesson, they also]]>Jun 28, 1995 8:16:16 AMJun 28, 1995 8:16:16 AMSALIJ@aol.com1Re: co-operative learning
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I hear what you're saying about time. But, frankly, you can find a handful of cooperative activities that are as easily implemented]]>Jun 28, 1995 12:59:33 AMJun 28, 1995 12:59:33 AMDanH150093@aol.com0