Cooperative Learning Group Labels- this activity/printable sheet of paper can help students manage their time and become cooperative and effective team members in a group setting. Each student has a role in the group. This helps with cooperative learning and global competence. No matter what role they have students will have different perspectives and will have to learn how to support each others ideas.

These frog themed cooperative learning job tags with help students work well together while in cooperative learning groups.

Poster idea for different table jobs to help tame the chaos in the classroom.

Using Table Jobs to Control the Chaos in your Classroom

Poster idea for different table jobs to help tame the chaos in the classroom. Could use the label pouches from target on tables so jobs could be switched around

Cooperative Learning:  Assigning Individual Tasks to Group Members

Cooperative Learning: Assigning Individual Tasks to Group Members. Great idea for a group with ASD kids involved!

*FREEBIE* Use this simple tool to assign your students roles within their small cooperative learning groups.   **These badges can be laminated, hole-punched and used as necklaces, taped onto tables or desks, or simply passed out to students prior to a group activity. Enjoy!**Common Core Aligned**

Use this simple tool to assign your students roles within their small cooperative learning groups. **These badges can be laminated, hole-punched and used as necklaces, taped onto tables or desks, or simply passed out to students prior to a group activity.

Great to use for groups!  Assigning "jobs" with job descriptions on a necklace!

I love this for cooperative learning. Small groups of students would like having an assigned role. Great to use for groups! Assigning "jobs" helps students feel that they have ownership in the group

reciprocal teaching After teaching reading for many years and trying to teach children good skills to analyse and understand the text, I was delighted to find the specific strategies of Reciprocal Teaching. Obviously,...

Reciprocal Reading Group Cards for Guided Reading

After teaching reading for many years and trying to teach children good skills to analyse and understand the text, I was delighted to find the specific strategies of Reciprocal Teaching.

***Roles people play in groups*** http://www.stanford.edu/group/resed/resed/staffresources/RM/training/grouproles.html

GROUPS Acronym

Great idea for reminding students how to work in a group. Teaching With a Mountain View: GROUPS Acronym

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