An Instructor's Guide for Implementing Cooperative Learning in the Equipment Records and Parts Specialist Course
Final rept. Jul 1986-Oct 1987
ARMY RESEARCH INST FOR THE BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ALEXANDRIA VA
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Cooperative learning is a new approach that is being implemented at the U.S. Army Quartermaster School for training Equipment Records and Parts Specialists MOS 76C. This report describes the background, development, and application of an Instructors Guide that was developed by the Army Research Institute. To familiarize course instructors with the specific procedures used in implementing the technique. The guide itself is included in an appendix. The guide is divided into sections that are appropriate to the particular information needs of the three different instructor teams that teach the 76C course. It also contains general background information about the cooperative learning technique and the reasons for its implementation. Although the main purpose of the guide is to provide instructors with essential information, it may also be used as a model for developing similar guides for use in other courses that adopt the cooperative learning approach. Keywords Peer tutoring, Instructional materials, Military occupational specialty, Supply clerks, Supply tasks, Army training.
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