Cooperative learning as a new teaching system

Cooperative learning as a new teaching system

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Among the different learning methodologies, one of those that arouses my interest the most is Cooperative Learning.

Cooperative learning is a methodology created to facilitate the acquisition of learning within the classroom by organizing students in groups to generate links and synergies, since this learning is based on student socialization and the development of social skills.

The Cooperative learning is one of the best methods in the teaching system.

The role of the teacher in this case becomes a knowledge facilitator giving the student the leading role in their own learning supported by the team. According to the principles of Cooperative Learning, the student only achieves success if the rest of the group also succeeds.

In this way, students acquire commitment to the group, sense of team, responsibility towards their task and the task of others,

These techniques are very easy to put into practice and should start using them in the infant stage.

I leave you several activities that you can put into practice both in Infant and Primary

1- My tree

We put a drawn tree in the center of the table and the students will have to fill in according to a model.

One will have the leaves that he will stick, another will have the flowers of the tree, the third child will have a nest, and the last will have the birds, in turn they will have to cooperate to complete the elements in the tree.

Another variant would be to go transforming the tree according to the season of the year, which would also serve to work on timing.

It is based on the jigsaw or puzzle technique.


- Improve the attention.

- Practice the listens.

- Respect the turn

- Be able to give and ask help.

In childhood we have to overcome the logical egocentricity of the evolutionary moment in which the students are, this is why it is so important that the attention is on the partner, which we put into practice when they become aware that they cannot do their job until their partner's is finished.

2- Creative constructions

The building blocks are distributed by team and they are only given as an instruction that in each turn they must put only 1 piece and that the construction must be turning so they can put the piece on easily. At the end all the constructions made are presented.

Based on the turning sheet technique.


- Development of spatial vision and creativity.

- Train the I respect by the creativity of the partner.

- Respect the turn.

1. Crusades

First by groups they must write their names crossing the letters. Once finished, the same will be done with the class group.

It can be a presentation game.


- Encourage communication between new students.

- Respect the turn.

- Group cohesion In the beginning or even in moments of conflict, we can complicate it with surnames or go out by date of birth.

I recommend playing these games at home to strengthen relationships between siblings, family and friends or to build our family team.

2. Tangram

We distribute 7 pieces of a tangram by teams that they must solve in the shortest time possible. If we see it appropriate we will allow them once they have finished help another team.

Is a good time to invite reflection how they have felt and how they have managed to solve it.

Based on the cooperative puzzle technique


- Improve spatial vision.

- Practice the listens.

- Encourage the competition with oneself and helping the partner to improve the team.

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  1. Antfortas

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  2. Sargent

    wonderfully, is the value answer

  3. Brasho

    Thanks for the post, and this is the topic

  4. Ceolwulf

    the bossy message :), in a funny way ...

  5. Kajilmaran

    I agree, a very useful message

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