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The Power of Pair Work

Three Types of Pair Structures to Elevate Student Learning


Cooperative Learning created an instructional revolution. Stacks of studies overwhelmingly proved that students learn better together than alone. For more than forty years, our team has been working with schools to implement Kagan Cooperative Learning, our unique approach to cooperative learning. At the heart of Kagan Cooperative Learning are Kagan Structures, easy to learn and use step-by-step instructional strategies that release the power of student-to-student interaction. In Kagan Cooperative Learning, we advocate student teams of four.


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