Cooperative Classrooms Lead To Better Friendships, Higher Achievement In Young Adolescents

Cooperative Classrooms Lead To Better Friendships, Higher Achievement In Young Adolescents

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el-dorado-promise.jpgAnalysis of 80 years of research shows that competitive environments can disrupt children’s ability to form social relationships, which in turn may hurt their academic potential. Cooperative classrooms, on the other hand, offer more positive results through teamwork and encouragement by friends. (Science Daily.com)

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