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JavierSand JavierSand
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Some advocates of cooperative learning suggest that the most effective cooperative groups are those that include a wide range of student ability levels. How can we best summarize research findings regarding the effectiveness of different kinds of groups?
A) High-ability students rarely, if ever, benefit from working with low-ability students.
B) Research results are inconclusive with regard to the optimal range of ability levels within a particular group.
C) Low-ability students do better when placed with high-ability students, but middle-ability students work best with students very similar to themselves in ability.
D) These advocates are correct; heterogeneous grouping maximizes student achievement.
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