Grouping Strategies In Teaching
Examines theories, techniques and effectiveness of groups (mixed grade/mixed age, ability, cooperative and cluster) in promoting academic and social progress.
# 12482 | 2,025 words | 9 sources | 1997 |
Published on Mar 20, 2003 in Education (Education Psychology) , Education (Teaching Methods) , Education (Social Issues) , Education (General)
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From the Paper:"Introduction
Does grouping help or hinder a child's academic and/or social progress? As pointed out by Katz (1992), one of the difficulties involved in determining the effects of grouping on children's progress is that there are many different kinds of grouping strategies in use (e.g., mixed grade/mixed age grouping, ability grouping, cooperative grouping, and cluster grouping) and many of these strategies are used only for specific student populations (e.g., special needs or gifted students).
Therefore, in order to arrive at an answer to the question of the general effects of grouping, it is necessary to examine the research findings associated with specific types of grouping strategies. This report attempts such an analysis toward the objective of determining whether grouping strategies in fact help ..."
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