EDU 311-Co-op Learning-State and Capitals

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EDU 311-Co-op Learning-State and Capitals

The United States of America

The United States of America (USA or U.S.A.) or more commonly referred to as the United States (US or U.S.) is a federal republic consisting of 50 unified states and a federal district. The United States consist of 48 contiguous states plus Hawaii and Alaska.

Accommodations are broken into 4 categories: ContentProcessProductsLearning Environment

All Students Deserve Instructional accommodations

Team building allows for:• Problem solving development• Decision making • Building better working relationships • Cooperation learning and collaboration• Communication (peer to peer)• Leadership development• Creative thinking/ Diversity• Trust building

Deferring: textbooks, lecture and demonstrations to appeal to all types of learners.

Cooperative learning groups and discussion in:Large groupsSmall groupWhole class groups**These differing groups allowing for the dynamic of a group to differing in collaboration and diversity.**

Appealing to my students differentiating needs:• Scaffolding on prior knowledge• Flexible grouping, • Interest focuses,• Interactive/ Hands-on manipulatives• Varying the length of lesson plans • Encouraging an advanced learning

Governing my groups:Group assessmentsIndividual assessmentsGroup outlinesGroup charters



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