The purpose of this action research project is to determine if there is a correlation between Kagan cooperative learning and student achievement and engagement in mathematics. Data was collected using a mixed methods approach. Quantitative data was gathered through three math pre and posttests. Qualitative data was collected through observations and interactions with students. Analysis of the data collected suggests that students are more engaged when working in cooperative teams. Growth was also noted from pretests to the posttest.
Farmer, Lisa M., "Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures and the Effects on Student Achievement and Engagement" (2017). Master's Theses & Capstone Projects. 52.