EFFECTS OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING ON MULTIPLE INTEGRALS
The purposes of this study were to compare students’ achievements on multiple integrals comparing to 70 % criteria and to study students’ attitudes toward cooperative learning plans on multiple integrals. The sample group was 12 students who enrolled in the Calculus and Applied 3 over the first semester academic year 2018. The instruments used including first, the cooperative learning plans on multiple integrals were combined with 5 steps as 1) introduction, 2) teaching, 3) conclusion, 4) expansion of ideas, and 5) evaluation. The second an achievement test which was subjective confidence in 0.79. The third was an attitude questionnaire for students toward cooperative learning plans on multiple integrals. The results were concluded with the two main ideals that first, the students’ achievement on multiple integrals as 70 percentages. The second the mean of students’ attitudes toward cooperative learning plans on multiple integrals was at a good level.