two years revealed that the students had higher achievements in comprehension reading, vocabulary reading, and computation of mathematics, language expression and better interaction with other students. The handicapped students were more accepted than it was in the tradition school. The gifted students are also seen to perform well than it was before the project. The physically handicapped students are more appreciated by their peers and this helps them to explore their potential. They can do a lot of work and achieve more than their peers who are not handicapped. The author research clearly depicts that cooperation amongst teachers, parent, and children influences positively on the development of the child and their achievement. The author has also pointed out that the physically handicapped students can do well if they are not isolated fro others. There is no difference between the physically challenged student and the normal students when all are treated equally. The research is significantly practical since it use the students as the subject as well as the audience.
The second article was looking into the effects of peer collaboration on children arithmetic and self regulated learning skills. Peer collaboration groups were compared using the traditional method and the independent method to assess the changes amongst the children. The progress of the students was determined by their calculations, ability in arithmetic, self regulated learning in mathematics, as well as quantitative concepts. The outcomes of the test reveal hat there is no significant change in assessing between teaching methods when assessing arithmetic in calculation and total. Peer collaboration is effective than independent and traditional work for students’ intrinsic motivation. In the research, the author has concentrated on the interaction of the peers in their studies. Peer groups motivate each other, and most school should adopt group learning systems to motivate their students. The ...Show more