HomeSulo: Journal of Student-Faculty Researchvol. 9 no. 1 (2007)

A Perception on Collaborative Learning in Educational 12 Students in Capitol University

Nimfa Baconguis | Bernadeth Bagotsay | Jocelyn Carbajal | Caryl Comique | Ayen Ibale | Armie Padinit | Maricel Valle

Discipline: Education



Problem and Methodology

    The study examined the perception of collaborative learning to Education 12 students of Capitol University.  Descriptive survey method was used in the study.  A checklist was utilized to find out the students answer on collaborative learning and a personal inventory on the extent of students’ individual development.  The respondents were the Education 12 students wherein the class was divided into groups to work on collaborative activity.