More and more teachers, youth workers and trainers are realizing that learning is a profoundly social phenomenon. We learn best with the help of others. That's why there's a growing interest in cooperative educational methods, widely used in extracurricular educational organizations. This issue looks at how researchers, teachers and young people's leaders in both formal and non-formal education are seeking to identify the fundamental elements of cooperative methods, in order to make the best use of them and avoid mistakes.
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