This paper reports on a six week study that provides support for the importance of structuring cooperative groups to promote cooperative group behaviours and interactions

Gillies, R. M. (1996). This paper reports on a six week study that provides support for the importance of structuring cooperative groups to promote cooperative group behaviours and interactions. In: P. C. Burnett, R. M. Gillies, M. L. McMahon and H. F. Wackwitz, Contemporary practice in school guidance and counselling: proceedings of the ninth Queensland Guidence &​ Counselling Association. Ninth Queensland Guidance and Counselling Association Inc, Brisbane, Australia, (147-156). 1996.

Author Gillies, R. M.
Title of paper This paper reports on a six week study that provides support for the importance of structuring cooperative groups to promote cooperative group behaviours and interactions
Conference name Ninth Queensland Guidance and Counselling Association Inc
Conference location Brisbane, Australia
Conference dates 1996
Proceedings title Contemporary practice in school guidance and counselling: proceedings of the ninth Queensland Guidence &​ Counselling Association
Place of Publication Brisbane, Australia
Publisher Queensland Guidance and Counselling Association (QGCA)
Publication Year 1996
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 0646294660
Editor P. C. Burnett
R. M. Gillies
M. L. McMahon
H. F. Wackwitz
Start page 147
End page 156
Total pages 10
Language eng
Abstract/Summary This paper reports on a six week study that provides support for the importance of structuring cooperative groups to promote cooperative group behaviours and interactions.
Subjects 330000 Education
330101 Educational Psychology
Keyword Cooperative groups
Structure
Group behaviour
Interaction
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Education Publications
 
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