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The following are examples of cooperative learning, competitive learning, and individualistic learning. In the drop down menu, select the correct learning type for each description. 1. Students willingly help each other sharing/exchanging skills and ideas. 2. Students compete with their own previous performance. 3. Students evaluate, make decisions, and are responsible for their own learning. 4. Students work against each other to achieve a good grade and only some of them succeed. 5. The student effort is on performing faster and better than classmates. Listed below are characteristics of both cooperative and traditional learning groups. In the drop down menu, select the correct group for each characteristic. 6. No group processing 7. Responsibility for each other 8. Top priority: Get the job done and enjoy learning together. 9. One appointed leader 10. Students are the major resource 11. Social skills assumed 12. No interdependence 13. No one can "hitchhike" on the work of others. The performance of each individual must be assessed and results given back to the group. A) Positive Interdependence B) Individual and Group Accountability C) Interpersonal and Small Group Skills D) Face-to-Face Promotive Interaction E) Group Processing 14. Students promote each other's success by sharing resources. They help, support, encourage, and praise each other's efforts to learn. A) Positive Interdependence B) Individual and Group Accountability C) Interpersonal and Small Group Skills D) Face-to-Face Promotive Interaction E) Group Processing 15. Each person's efforts benefit not only that individual, but also everyone else in the group.
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A) Positive Interdependence B) Individual and Group Accountability C) Interpersonal and Small Group Skills D) Face-to-Face Promotive Interaction E) Group Processing 16. Group members discuss how well they are achieving their goals and maintaining effective working relationships. A) Positive Interdependence B) Individual and Group Accountability C) Interpersonal and Small Group Skills D) Face-to-Face Promotive Interaction E) Group Processing 17. Group members must know how to — and be motivated to — provide effective leadership, make decisions, build trust, communicate, and manage conflict. A) Positive Interdependence B) Individual and Group Accountability C) Interpersonal and Small Group Skills D) Face-to-Face Promotive Interaction E) Group Processing 18. Which of the following are effective group member roles? Select as many as apply. A) Avoider B) Checker C) Competitor D) Complainer E) Dominator F) Gatekeeper G) Motivator H) Nit-picker I) Praiser J) Recorder K) Recognition Seeker L) Resistor Which role is the person playing in each of the following?
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The following are examples of cooperative learning, competitive learning, and
individualistic learning. In the drop down menu, select the correct learning type for each
description.
1. Students...

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