|Western Australian Institute for Educational Research
WAIER invites all teachers, researchers and teacher educators to the next Research and...
Recent research has discovered the kinds of teacher talk and action that facilitate profitable and effective small group cooperative learning. Find out what these are at this forthcoming Research and...
- Have you experienced small group coooperative learning?
- Was the student talk focussed, task oriented, and at a high cognitive level?
- Was the talk of a low level, sociable kind?
Professor Michael Meloth has researched and written extensively in the area of teacher influences on student thinking during small-group cooperative learning. During May 1995 he is a Visiting Research Fellow in the School of Education Studies, Edith Cowan University. Come along to hear and then discuss with Professor Meloth how teachers can help students learn effectively through small group cooperative learning.
|Date and Time: Wednesday May 17th 1995 at 7.30 pm|
Presenter: Professor Michael Meloth, University of Colorado-Boulder
Venue: Staffroom, Churchlands Campus, Edith Cowan University.
Contact: Associate Professor Len King, 273 8454.