Questions or discussion about Kagan theory, research, or implementing Kagan in your classroom.
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In Mix Freeze Group, students create a group that is the size of the answer. So for example, if the answer was two, when you call group, students would form a group of two and take a knee. Each round, they will create a group the size of the answer. Hope this helps!
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You are absolutely correct that classroom management, social skills, and emotional safety are essential for cooperative learning to be successful in a classroom. While the cooperative learning structures are often the most visible aspect of cooperative learning easily seen in CL classrooms, there are seven keys to cooperative learning success (with "Structures" being just one of the seven components). You are so wise to incorporate what you've learned from Tribes training into the cooperative learning classroom!