March 2, 2016

Decades of research have demonstrated that working in small, structured teams — that is, cooperative learning — is one of the most effective ways for students to master the curriculum. And kids who learn cooperatively typically make significant social and academic gains.

Of course cooperative learning can be challenging for students with attention deficit disorder. These kids may veer off-topic repeatedly, frustrating others in the group — or have trouble meeting deadlines or taking guidance from others…

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