No. There is no cooperation and high competition

No.

Discovery Learning

Collaborative Learning

1

A
type of learning in which one or more than one persons are involved to dinf
the solution of a specific problem or question.

An
instruction method in which learners work in groups towards a common academic,
social goal.
 

2

It
is a systemised way of learning.

It
is not a systematic way of learning.

3

Formal

Informal

4

It
doesnot allow to much freedom and creativity

It
allows freedom and creativity

5

High
congnitive skills are required

High
social and communication skills are required

6

Inductive
reasoning is used

Deductive
reason is used

7

it
helps in development of creativity and problem solving skills

It
helps in development of real world, situation based problem solving skills

8

It
involves active management

It
involves moderate management.

9

Students
must be active; they should identify main principles not only depend on
teacher’s explanation.

Student
may be active or moderate  in learning;
it is not necessary to identify the main principle or instructor explanation.

10

The
learner organise self effort.

Students organise their efforts between themselves
(group-structured)
 

11

Scientific
based problem approaches

Real
world problems approaches

12

No
preparation for real life social.

Preparation
for real life social and employment situation.

13

Individual
effort counted as a whole.

Group
effort counted as a whole

14

It is based on the cognitive
constructivist school of thought.

It
is based on social constructivist school of thought.

15

There is no cooperation and high competition between
learners.

There is cooperation between learners and no competition.

16

Learners use only instructions provided by instructors, not
to use owns.

Learners use existing cognitive structures.

17

e.g guided
discovery, problem based learning

e.g fishbowl
debate, Questions Challange to classfellow