ERIC Number: EJ451477
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1992
What to Say to Advocates for the Gifted.
Johnson, David W.; Johnson, Roger T.
Educational Leadership, v50 n2 p44-47 Oct 1992
High-ability students benefit academically from cooperative learning groups and are unimpeded by the presence of low- and medium-achieving peers. In such groups, high-ability students initially explain the material being studied and how to complete the assignment. Cognitive restructuring fosters a more thorough grasp of the material and its retention. Bright students should sometimes be segregated for past-paced, accelerated work. (MLH)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative
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