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Cooperative Grouping: Ideas for Effective Classroom Practice

Author(s): Amanda Santana

Group Processing

Students should be able to reflect on the work their group did and decide which members’ actions were helpful and which need improvement. Students can also make decisions as to how they can alter they way they conduct their investigations to make it more efficient. 

Depending on the length of an investigation, group processing or reflection can be done on a separate day.