Research & Studies

Experimental Research of Cooperative Learning in the CTlassroom

This research studies the social and psychological effects of cooperation in the classroom. The focus on cooperation links the way actors behave with the satisfaction obtained by accomplishing goals together in a group. Mutual cooperation is based on human evolutionary principles as opposed to a competition, where reaching goals is limited by constraints set by the nature of negative interdependence. Empathy, social trust, positive thinking, and readiness to cooperate are measured in the research.