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Cooperative Grouping: Ideas for Effective Classroom Practice

Author(s): Amanda Santana

Social Skills

By working in collaborative groups students will be able to develop social skills. Students will get to know and trust one another, accept and support each other, and resolve conflicts. 

They should also develop the ability to communicate with others accurately and they will learn that certain language should not be used when working in a group if they want to maximize their learning experience.