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Lee, C. K. E., Lim, T. K., & Ng, M. (1996, November). Effects of cooperative learning structures on self-esteem and classroom climate in social studies. Paper presented at the ERA-AARE Joint Conference, Singapore.
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This paper reports on a study which involves the implementation of
cooperative learning in a social studies classroom. The effects of
cooperative learning on the self-esteem of pupils and classroom climate
were investigated. Interviews with pupils and the experimental teacher
were also conducted. Results showed that there was no significant
effect of cooperative learning on the self-esteem of the pupils in the
experimental group. However, there was a significant effect on the
Difficulty subscale of the classroom climate of the experimental group.
Pupils' and teacher's interviews showed favourable attitudes among
pupils towards the use of cooperative learning in social studies
lessons.
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