Student perceptions of learning together

Kam Wing Paul CHAN

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This study aims to investigate the perceptions and the change in perceptions of student teachers in Hong Kong towards learning collaboratively, with a view to facilitating the implementation of co-operative learning in teacher education programmes, so that the student teachers are better equipped with the skills of employing co-operative learning as one of their teaching strategies, in their teaching careers to achieve the 21st century educational aims. The aims of education for the 21st Century focus on enabling every person to develop critical thinking, as well as building self-confidence and a team spirit, so that s/he is capable of life-long learning. Copyright © 2003 Common Ground, Kam Wing Paul Chan.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1231-1242
JournalThe International Journal of Learning
Publication statusPublished - 2003


Chan, K. W. (2003). Student perceptions of learning together. The International Journal of Learning, 10, 1231-1242.


  • Teacher Education
  • Theory and Practice of Teaching and Learning


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