Evaluation of North Lanarkshire's cooperative learning programme

Liz Seagraves, Colleen Clinton, Summer Kenesson, Scottish Executive Future and Learning and Teaching Team (Funder)

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Abstract

This is the final report by the Quality in Education Centre (QIE) at the University of Strathclyde of anevaluation of the North Lanarkshire cooperative learning project. The project and the evaluation arefunded as part of the Scottish Executive's Future Learning and Teaching (FLaT) Programme(http://www.flatprojects.org.uk/). Cooperative learning was introduced in North Lanarkshire in 2002 as part of a wider programme toraise aspirations and achievement and attainment (Raising Achievement for All,North Lanarkshire Education Department, 1998). The authority have made the commitment that all teachers and supportstaff will be trained in cooperative learning, if they wish, over a period of at least 5 years. Since theintroduction of A Curriculum for Excellence, the authority has been emphasising the strengths ofcooperative learning in supporting the development of the four capacities (successful learners,confident individuals, responsible citizens and effective contributors to society). They also believe that it provides a suitable medium for taking forward other national initiatives such asAssessment is for Learning and Enterprise in Education.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationEdinburgh
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2007

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Seagraves, L., Clinton, C., Kenesson, S., & Scottish Executive Future and Learning and Teaching Team (Funder) (2007). Evaluation of North Lanarkshire's cooperative learning programme. Edinburgh.
Seagraves, Liz ; Clinton, Colleen ; Kenesson, Summer ; Scottish Executive Future and Learning and Teaching Team (Funder). / Evaluation of North Lanarkshire's cooperative learning programme. Edinburgh, 2007.
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Edinburgh, 2007.

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Seagraves L, Clinton C, Kenesson S, Scottish Executive Future and Learning and Teaching Team (Funder). Evaluation of North Lanarkshire's cooperative learning programme. Edinburgh, 2007.