Kagan learning model focuses on student participation

Educators at a Florida elementary school use a teaching model known as Kagan Cooperative Learning structures to improve how students interact with each other, teachers and the curriculum. The program includes 200 structures that allow group work and discussions to maximize classroom participation. One educator said the method is successful because of its focus on learning's social aspects.

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