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Eileen Schoaff

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Registered: 12/3/04
cooperative learning
Posted: Jun 28, 1995 4:56 AM
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When I have used group assignments in a problem solving class, I
had students give answers the the questions after they had discussed
and agreed on the solution. Since in problem solving, the method
is more important than the final answer, the focus was on how to
go about solving the problem. I encouraged them to give multiple
methods of solution, providing they agreed that all methods were
viable. They were not asked to evaluate which methods was "best"
because that was dependent on how you thought about the problem.
One method may be more efficient, but not as evident.

Eileen Schoaff
Buffalo State College





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