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Title: 
A cooperative learning programme to enhance mathematical problem solving performance among secondary three students
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Keywords: 
Cooperative learning
Problem solving
Learning strategies
Secondary students
Issue Date: 
2007
Citation: 
Ho, G. L. (2007). A cooperative learning programme to enhance mathematical problem solving performance among secondary three students. The Mathematics Educator, 10(1),59-80.
Abstract: 
This article described a programme that aimed to enhance students' mathematical
problem-solving performance through cooperative learning. In the whole-class study, the researcher planned and implemented the cooperative problem-solving programme for 40 Secondary Three female students. Results using pre and post tests showed that the class scored better in problem-solving performance after the programme. The researcher further selected a group of four students was further selected to study individual student behaviours by audio-taping their discussions in order to identify metacognitive and affective behaviours
during cooperative learning. The results revealed that the four students exhibited
metacognitive behaviours such as asking for clarification, giving a suggestion, evaluating solutions; and affective behaviours such as persisting in the task, praising and encouraging when they solved problems in a group.
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ISSN: 
0218-9100
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