The Impacts of Cooperative Learning on Students’ Academic Achievements in Elementary Schools of Tehsil Samundri
Keywords:Education, Learning, elementary schools
Education builds our analytical skills and shapes our personality according to modern trends. Teachers use different teaching strategies in the classroom are visualization, cooperative learning, inquiry-based instructions, use of technology in the classroom, behavioral management. CL is the most effective strategy among them it has important activities which are becoming very helpful day by day because there is a wide range of research findings. Learners in cooperative learning classes have more positive feelings about themselves than those learners in traditional classes. The population was comprised of all students and teachers of both male and female elementary schools of tehsil Samundri. There was a total of 74 public elementary (male and female) schools in tehsil Samundri. The lists of schools and respondents were taken from the office of deputy district education officer (male and female) Samundri. Therefore, Four male and four female public elementary schools of tehsil Samundri were selected as samples of the study. The sample of 144 respondents i.e., 24 teachers and 120 students were selected randomly. A multistage sampling technique was used to complete this study. A questionnaire was prepared to collect the data. A computer software named; Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). The results showed that indicates that 37.5% of the respondents were belonged to up to 11 years of age. During informal discussion, respondents revealed that this will take time and it would be helpful if teachers will follow the techniques of CL. It is recommended that teachers should provide appropriate knowledge to students to increase participation by asking questions.
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