Subject420 English and Old English languages DeutschlandLerntechnikFremdsprachenlernenFremdsprachenunterrichtKooperatives Lernen
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Cooperative Learning and Teaching in Germany
This survey article focuses on the status quo as well as the historical development of cooperative and collaborative learning in Germany. Due to the growing social, cultural and ethnic diversity in Germany, cooperation and communication are overall goals in all official curricula and are considered as key qualifications (Finkbeiner, 1995) for a successful school and job career in a highly diverse society. For instance, the recent PISA study (Program for International Students’ Assessment) put major emphasis on the research of cooperative and communicative skills (Stanat & Kunter, 2001).
CitationIn: International Association for the Study of Cooperation in Education - Newsletter Volume 22 / Number 3 (2003-10) , S. 14-16 ;
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