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Theory of Cooperative Planning in Education

by Kenneth D. Benne - 1952

The process of cooperative planning in a classroom is, of course, a complicated affair. The reasons for stressing the complexities of group planning are to save us from trying to identify leadership in cooperative planning with some simple set of tricks and devices, and to suggest the variety of learning opportunities for both teachers and students which are presented by thoughtful attempts to work cooperatively. To oversimplify the processes of cooperation is to fail not only in realizing important potential opportunities for learning about people and groups of people in processes of planning but also in making school work as it is planned less productive than it need be.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 53 Number 8, 1952, p. 429-435
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 4990, Date Accessed: 9/29/2020 4:22:23 AM

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