Title

Effects of cooperative learning strategy on undergraduate kinesiology students' learning styles

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1-1-2005

Department

Health & Physical Education

Abstract

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.

DOI

10.2466/pms.101.2.525-530

First Page

525

Last Page

530

Publication Title

Perceptual and Motor Skills

Comments

At the time of publication, Rockie Pederson was affiliated with the University of Texas at El Paso.

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