Cooperative Teaching in the Elementary School

Meiskin, Milton
April 1968
Education;Apr/May1968, Vol. 88 Issue 4, p342
Academic Journal
The article focuses on an experiment in cooperative teaching in an elementary school in Mamaroneck, New York. Teachers and students responded positively to cooperative teaching method of the school. In addition, this method develops a stronger curriculum approach by teachers. For instance, one teacher had a great strength in social studies, her cooperating partner would have a greater interest in other subjects such as science, reading or mathematics, through the use of cooperative teaching they are able to direct further the resources needed by the children.


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