The main purpose of this research is to see which learning style, individual or cooperative, is better for student attitudes in my classroom when implemented correctly. When students work within cooperative learning groups, research has found that they have more positive attitudes as well as higher performance levels. However, the students in my classroom did not have a significant change in attitude when in cooperative learning groups versus learning individually.
Adolescent Young Adult
Integrated Mathematics Education
Dr. Jodi Haney
First Advisor Department
Environment and Sustainability
Second Advisor Department
Mathematics and Statistics
Thompson, Jessica, "Student Attitudes on Cooperative Learning and Individual Learning in my Mathematics" (2018). Honors Projects. 378.