Effects of cooperative learning strategy on undergraduate kinesiology students' learning styles
Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science
A growing body of research supports cooperative learning as an effective teaching strategy. A specific cooperative learning strategy, Team-based Learning, was applied to a convenience sample of four undergraduate sophomore-level motor behavior courses over four semesters from Fall 2002 to Spring 2004 to examine whether this strategy would affect students' learning styles. The data from the Grasha-Reichmann Student Learning Style Scales indicated that this teaching strategy was associated with a significant decrease in the negative Avoidant and Dependent learning styles and an improvement in the positive Participant learning style. © Perceptual and Motor Skills 2005.
Perceptual and Motor Skills
Meeuwsen, H. J., King, G. A., & Pederson, R. (2005). Effects of Cooperative Learning Strategy on Undergraduate Kinesiology Students' Learning Styles. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 101(2), 525–530. https://doi.org/10.2466/pms.101.2.525-530
At the time of publication, Rockie Pederson was affiliated with the University of Texas at El Paso.