Colorful Cooperative Learning Poster

Colorful Cooperative Learning Poster

Colorful Cooperative Learning Poster- Having posters around the classroom to help students remember ways to work together will help build community and establish expectations.

{Free} Groups Anchor Chart to help students understand expectations when working with groups.

First Week in First Grade: Expectations and Anchor Charts Students began working in partners (and groups) this week. This poster was a perfect reminder for them on the expectations of working with classmates.

Cute sign for the classroom- have to pay for this one but could make your own. Blogger is a second grade teacher, lots of fun stuff!

Great reminder for cooperative groups - includes sign and bulletin board set-- Love this, especially the stay in your group

What are your expectations for students when working in pairs or groups? good management needs to be in place FIRST -You can make up your own -- teach this before working in groups! Post in the room and refer to it often!

What are your expectations for students when working in pairs or groups? good management needs to be in place FIRST -You can make up your own -- teach this before working in groups! Post in the room and refer to it often! For small group instruction

This set of posters can be enlarged and displayed on your classroom walls to remind students of proper discussion protocols. The first poster, Meaningful Conversations, provides students with sentence starters that they can use when engaging in discussions.

Accountable talk, group expectations and group interactions during learning - "The best way to learn is to teach." How cooperative learning is an effective form of group work in the classroom.

Teaching With a Mountain View: GROUPS Acronym

GROUPS Acronym

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

Setting and enforcing strong expectations for group work from the beginning of the year can make all the difference in the world.

Task Develop guidelines for success - I think the group work expectations chart would be helpful at the beginning of the year because it gets student to see what the teacher is expecting of them through out the school year.

Group Expectations. I really liked this poster because it's fun and pleasant to look at. I think it's important to have classroom rules and expectations up around the classroom so the students have reminders about acceptable behavior. I would probably hang this by a group work area in a classroom for a younger grade.

Group Expectations Bulletin Board Set

Melissa Acosta This is a great acronym to use to create rules for students when they work in groups. I love the idea of using acronyms to help students remember classroom rules.

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