What does pies mean in Kagan?
www.KaganOnline.com. Positive interdependence and individual accountability are two of the four basic principles of cooperative learning. We use the acronym PIES1 to stand for the four principles: Positive Interdependence, Individual Accountability, Equal Participation, and Simultaneous Interaction.
What is Kagan theory?
Kagan claims that the way a traditional classroom is structured pits students against each other: specifically, when one student answers a question incorrectly, other students are secretly happy because that means they have a chance for recognition.
What are the principles of cooperative learning?
The eight principles are heterogeneous grouping, teaching collaborative skills, group autonomy, maximum peer interactions, equal opportunity to participate, individual accountability, positive interdependence and cooperation as a value.
What is Kagan rally Robin?
Rally Robin enables all students to share their thoughts and raise their concerns with a question that can then be shared on a larger scale if so desired.
What is output goal interdependence?
Output goal interdependence- a single product is produced by the group. Learning goal interdependence- the group ensures that every member can explain the group’s product.
What is simultaneous interaction?
Simultaneous interaction: The more students talk with each other, the more they’ll be engaged and the better they’ll learn. Positive interdependence: The success of every team and every team member is not possible without the success and contribution of each member.
Why are Kagan strategies good?
Research on Kagan cooperative learning supports findings of “improved academic achievement, improved ethnic and race relationships, improved social skills and social relations, and increased liking for self, others, and school.” Since these are goals for most schools, I thought it was worth exploring.
What is face-to-face promotive interaction?
Face-to-Face Promotive Interaction This means that students promote each other’s success by sharing resources. They help, support, encourage, and praise each other’s efforts to learn. Both academic and personal support are part of this mutual goal.
What are Kagan groups?
Kagan cooperative Learning is a teaching strategy in which small teams of students (usually teams of 4) work together towards a learning goal. They may also be working with partners or the whole class.
What are the two models of cooperative learning?
Informal cooperative learning groups, which may last for only a portion of a lesson or class session. Formal cooperative learning groups, which last for one class session or one or more weeks.