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    Collaborative Learning Sarath Chandra Madala (Author) line 1 (of Affiliation): dept. name of organization University of Houston clear lake Houston, US Abstract— To determine the best way of learning among the students, we will have some insight into some learning methods and determine the best learning methods. We found that learning in groups enhances critical thinking among the individuals of the group as well as their team skills. Hence, it is suggested that learning in groups(collaborative learning) is one of the best ways of learning. Keywords—collaborative learning; group studying; learning, critical thinking; I. INTRODUCTION Learning is the process of acquiring a new knowledge or skill. Humans learn many things during their existence, mostly, as a student one has to learn a lot of things at school. Therefore, learning plays a vital role for the students. Most students find it difficult to the knowledge of what was thought in the class which results in poor grades. So, what if the students find an interesting way of learning. Hence, the effective way of learning among the students has to be determined so that they can gain the knowledge without much difficulty. In this paper we will discuss all about…

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    multiple methods, such as visual and aural. People have different strategies to help them understand and remember information. These tend to be grouped into the visual, auditory, and kinesthetic categories. I rely on several strategies to help me learn. First, I always make flashcards after reading chapters from books or after lectures. Even if I do not have time to study from them, simply writing out the definitions, dates, or names helps me to remember them. I use different colored cards for…

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    I, Ignacio Sanchez, Agree with the traditional classroom learning method. In the following sentences I will tell you why I support the traditional classroom leaning method. No More Online Classes!!! I say no more online classes because of many reasons. For one they may be so adjusted to being in class that its hard to adjust to new method of learning. Im on saying its im possible but it is very difficult. I say this because I went throw it, I had to take 3 online classes and it wasn't very…

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    Montessori Learning Method

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    middle school, what were your biggest worries? Was it would you pass the next test, or was it did the person next to you like you? What if you did not have to worry about that aspect of school? An alternative method of learning would eliminate the anxiety of the everyday classroom environment. Maria Montessori, Edward Harkness, and Rudolf Steiner where truly revolutionary with each their own alternative method of teaching students in middle school that has changed the ways of teaching children…

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    G.). By the time Children reach the age of 5, it is stated that tantrums occur less often (Mahoney D. G., p. 1). By learning methods that redirect Terri’s negative behavior the parents have the ability to correct her behavior. However, if nothing is done Terri will most likely continue the disruptive behavior which will ultimately interfere with ability to properly socialize with classmates. What do you think is this family’s greatest need at this time? How can a social worker help to meet…

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    Help children to make listening and learning language easier for them by following some simple guidelines:  Position yourself face to face as you play and talk with them. This makes it easier for them to see when you are talking, and to shift their attention back and forth between their activity and your face. Being able to see your face also allows the child to use your facial expressions and lip patterns to help them understand your words.  Make sure you have the child’s attention each time…

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    teaching music. The paraxial approach emphasizes that humans must be engaged in the creation of music to understand it. That is, learning by doing, meaning, the more individual engaged in music the more he values and understands it. Alcodia (2012) discussed another the theory of multiple intelligences which…

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    The teacher during this virtual classroom observation, Sarabinh Levy-Brightman, used two different learning strategies in her classroom. First, she used whole-class and small group discussions. To do this, she would provide the whole-class with a question and then she would allow time for students to work on this question in smaller groups. Provide both whole-class and small groups in the classroom provide their own benefits. For instance, whole-class discussions are beneficial when…

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    THE BENEFITS OF IMPLEMENTING COOPERATIVE LEARNING IN COLLEGE Since centuries ago, choosing and applying the right method in learning process has become one of the most crucial problem faced in education. Among hundreds teaching methods currently being used, there is no best method to teach. However, it has been generally accepted that a good method to successful learning actively involves students in learning process. Cooperative learning emphasizes the most on the principle of active…

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    Progressive Philosophy

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    or group and the body of principles underlying a branch of learning or major discipline” (Moore, 1988). Appling philosophical ideas helps educators to clarify what the purpose is of teaching a subject and why they are teaching it. “Behaviorist adult education focuses on behavioral modification, learning through reinforcement, and instructional management by objectives.” (Buckingham, 2000). This philosophy emphasizes that environment has a big influence on shaping change and the educator…

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