Learning to cooperate for cooperative learning

  • Yael Sharan Group Investigation Projects (GRIP), Israel
Keywords: cooperative learning methods, teachers’ attitudes, students’ co-operative skills


Learning to learn cooperatively requires several changes for teachers and students: in their perception of learning, in their attitudes towards teaching and learning, and in their social and cognitive behaviors in class. This article presents some of the ways that decades of research and practice have developed to enable teachers and students to acquire and adjust to these changes. In the process of change teachers and students are interconnected and interdependent, and together carry out the steps needed to create an authentic cooperative classroom.


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How to Cite
Sharan, Y. (2014). Learning to cooperate for cooperative learning. Anales De Psicología / Annals of Psychology, 30(3), 802-807. https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.30.3.201211
Special Theme: Cooperative Learning