Increase the possibilities of interaction through interpersonal dynamics. Students must promote the success of others by sharing, helping, supporting and encouraging their fellow group members, in such a way that the works are produced thanks to the effort and joint contributions, based on commitment and respect for the other.
Interpersonal and group skills
Cooperative learning goes beyond learning any subject. Students must acquire interpersonal and group work skills. They must communicate, make decisions, resolve conflicts, organize and support each other. All these competencies will also be the responsibility of the teacher, thus promoting comprehensive training.
Students will also have to take responsibility for the evaluation process. Time will be set aside to jointly reflect on the extent to which they are achieving their goals and working relationships in a sincere, respectful and critical way, so that they will have to make decisions about what they need to readjust or improve.
In this sense, the use of rubrics and metacognition techniques, such as thinking routines, is very practical.