1. Positive Interdependence - occurs when gains of individuals or teams are positively correlated.
2. Individual Accountability - occurs when all students in a group are held accountable for doing a share of the work and for mastery of the material to be learned.
3. Equal Participation - occurs when each member of the group is afforded equal shares of responsibility and input.
4. Simultaneous Interaction - occurs when class time is designed to allow many student interactions during the period.
What does the research say?Based on decades of research, Kagan strategies have consistently shown...- Accelerated academic achievement, especially for minority and low achievement students- Development of thinking skills- Improved race relations- Enhanced social skills and social relations- Increase liking of school and academic content- Increased participation and student engagement and learning

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