When we consult with each other during the learning process, we generally find that we get better results than when we work alone or compete against each other. The great majority of research performed on this topic shows that achievement and productivity are higher in cooperative situations than in competitive or individualistic ones. Read More »
As exciting as the idea might seem, the challenge of implementing it may not be so easy or free of difficulties. Probably the most important consideration is to make sure you involve only teachers and students who want to participate. Trying to do something new and different is hard enough as it is. People who do not want to work at it will find that it will not work. Read More »
Content for learning objectives and action steps has been adapted from Computer Science Teachers Association's K-12 Computer Science Standards; and Howard County Maryland USA Public Schools K-12 Instruction.
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