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Co-operative learning for better development

Co-operative Learning teaches us how to adjust and become problem solvers in life. Co-operative Learning, also known as 'Cultural & Educational Exchange Programme' is now going beyond the geographical boundaries.

india Updated: Apr 11, 2006 10:56 IST

Co-operative Learning teaches us how to adjust and become problem solvers in life. Co-operative Learning, also known as 'Cultural & Educational Exchange Programme' is now going beyond the geographical boundaries.

These programmes depend on political, economic, cultural, educational and diplomatic relations between countries. With government initiative, many
schools in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Calcutta and Chennai have already taken further steps in a positive way.

The visit by a team of students and teachers of Sagarika Princess Mother School, Phayao, Northern Thailand, recently in Delhi made a great leap in the process of Co-operative Learning.

It can be defined as a set of procedures in which students work in mixed ability learning groups for the purpose as achieving some common goals.
(The writer is an Information Scientist and participated in the Cooperative Learning programme.)