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General Objectives:

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Specifically, the
students will: Lecture-discussion Sandrass 2nd 20-item paper-
edition test
1. Define related

a. Activity-Based Activity-Based Learning implies -2 minutes

Strategies active learning of the past of the
Cooperative learning is not new. -5 minutes
It has been present from some
form for centuries.

b. Activity-Based Is based on premise that the -5 minutes

Strategies learners works together and are
responsible for not only their own
learning of other group member.

c. Simulations Simulations are controlled

representations of reality. They -5 minutes
are exercise that learners engage
into learn about the real world.

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2. Advantages and ADVANTAGES - 5 minutes Lecture-Discussion
Disadvantages of Group members learn to function
Cooperative as part of a team.
Learning. Working in a group for any length
of time can teach or enhance
social skills.
Cooperative learning group can
help to address individual
learning needs and learning
styles(Huff, 1997)
Critical thinking is promoted
(Zafuto, 1997)
to Cooperative Learning.
3. Knows the Type Formal Cooperative Learning -5 minutes Lecture-Discussion
of Cooperative Group
Learning. - are more useful in academic
setting rather than i service or patient
education situation (e.g assigning
groups of students to develop a
proposal for a clinical research study).
Informal Cooperative -2 minutes
- can be used in any setting (e.g
teaching about the childbirth
experience to a group of parents-to-
Base Cooperative Learning -2 minutes
- could be applied easily to a new
staff orientation or teacher-ship
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Programs (e.g new registered nurses

being oriented to a new health care
4. To know why To learn something is to try, to -5 minutes Lecture-Discussion
Cooperative teach it to someone else.
Learning is As learners listen to each other,
effective? they work to make sense of what
each is saying and then they build
on these ideas, thus adding to
their cognitive schemata
As learners without a group
disagree with each other, they
seek to reduce cognitive
dissonance and therefore, end up
synthesizing divergent ideas.
5. Advantages and ADVANTAGES: -4 minutes Lecture-Discussion
Disadvantages Enjoyable, motivating activity
Element of reality is compatible
with principle of constructivism
Enhances appreciation of the
more subtle aspects of a
Promote critical thinking
Easier learning experience
May be counter-productive
Preparation time
Cost can be an issue
Time consuming
Assessment is more complex than
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some traditional teaching methods

Time consuming
6. Enumerate the 4 Types of Simulations: Lecture-Discussion
Types of Simulation Simulation Exercise -5 minutes
- are controlled representation of a
piece of reality that learners
manipulate to better understand the
real situation.
Simulation Game -5 minutes
- a game that represents a real-life
situations in which learners compete
according to a set of rules in order to
win or achieve an objectives.
Role Playing -5 minutes
- a form of drama in which learners
spontaneously act out roles in an
interaction involving problems or
challenges in human relations.
Case Study -5 minutes
- an analysis of an incident or
situation in which characters and
relationships are described, factual or
hypothetical events transpire, and
problems need to be resolved or
7. Understand the Are intended to help learners -5 minutes Lecture-Discussion
Purpose and Uses of practice in decision-making and
Simulation. problem-solving.
To develop interaction ability
And to learn psychomotor skills
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in a safe and controlled settings

Learners get a chance to apply
principle and theory they have
heard and read about
To see how and when these
principle and theories work
People who work through a
simulation exercise, game or role-
playing situation may discover
factors about certain people and
situation that they before realized
and that will change their
attitudes in the future.
Written examinations can be
developed in a simulation format
to test the application of
8. Enumerate the Three Facets: Lecture-Discussion
Role of Educator. 1. Planning -5 minutes
- begins with choosing or developing
and appropriate simulations that will
meet learning objective.
2. Facilitating
- may coach the learners who are -5 minutes
trying to find their way through a
sticky problem, encourage creative
thinking and act as an information

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3. Debriefing -5 minutes
- should occur immediately following
the simulation when the information
is fresh in everyones mind.
9.Conducting active Divide the whole class into two -5 minutes
discussion like: group and make a finish line.
The game play is giving example
A. Games on its definition. The
representative on each group will
step forward if he/she can give
example within 20 seconds.
Example of the following:
a. Advantages
b. Simulations
c. Effectiveness of cooperative
d. Cite a group that prove about
Cooperative learning
e. Give one example in Types of
Cooperative Learning
Ask the student about the
a. How does the Cooperative
B. Question and Learning teaching cause -5 minutes
Answer. effectiveness?
b. What did the learner do if she/he
used the simulation process?