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How do Piaget and Vygotsky differ in group theories?
Piaget thinks interactions in groups can create cognitive conflict and disequilibrium that lead an individual to question his or her understanding and try new ideas. Vygotsky suggests that social interaction is important for learning because higher mental functions originate there and then are internalized.
Emotional Intelligence
Some researchers say that emotional intelligence is a set of personality traits or the application of general intelligence to social situations, while others believe its a cluster of of capabilities: perceiving,integrating, understanding, and managing emotions
Problems of group learning
problems occur when one member dominates others into conformity,bad ideas construct superficial understandings, ideas of low status students may be dismissed, speed and leaving early takes precedence over learning, socializing takes precedence over learning
STAD Student Teams Achievement Divisions
divides students into four groups, students are given an ILE score, study for quizzes together but take quizzes individually, if a student scores higher than his/her ILE score, the team receives a point.
What's wrong with winning teams?
in competition there may not be room for divergent thinking
"losers" get upset
concentration may be too heavily placed upon winning and not learning