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•One study found that students in schools were a variety of cooperative
learning methods in all subjects were used for a two-year period, differed from students in schools using traditional teaching approaches. How did they differ?1a) High- and low-achieving students from cooperative learning schools were not helped by cooperative learning, but those with average achievement levels benefited dramatically.2b) Students from cooperative learning schools achieved less in reading andmath than students from traditional schools.3c) Students from cooperative learning schools achieved significantly more than students from traditional schools.4d) Students from cooperative learning schools achieved less than students from traditional schools.•In the general problem-solving strategy IDEAL, what does the A stand for?•Given a problem to solve, beginners tend to jump right into proposing solutions, while experts tend to spend time thinking about the underlying causes of the problem, and interpreting it from different perspectives. Which step in the IDEAL model are the beginners neglecting?•The question "What is the difference between where I am now and where I want to be?" is a critical step in:•In general, people who do well on tests of creative problem solving:1a) resolve issues conceding to the group.
2b) are impulsive, quick thinkers.3c) are reluctant to change.4d) do not worry about making mistakes.•One important principle of creative problem solving is to:•What is the term for considering all possibilities before trying out a solution?•During the incubation period teachers should value: