"I Am Not Scared" Project
Cooperative learning and violence prevention.
Milenio Revista Digital, 2003.
Education, violence, cooperative learning, intercultural education
This article presents the reflections and proposals developed from a long series experimental research on how to combat exclusion and violence prevention from school (Díaz-Aguado, Dir, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2001, 2002), summarized in the book recently published under the title: Intercultural education and cooperative learning (2003).
This article has been chosen because it offers activities and suggestions for the improvement of violence in secondary schools, from the point of view of the cooperative learning. In addition to activities explicitly oriented content that purpose (on anti-violence values such as equality, democracy, human rights and tolerance ...), which is often considered typical of guardianship or of certain matters relating with these contents (Ethics, Philosophy, History, Social Sciences ....), raises other methodological innovations applied properly, from any material, can be highly effective in preventing violence and other problems related to it. Innovations that are characterized by increasing power and role of students in the construction of knowledge and values, as well as better circulation structure work in heterogeneous learning teams. The following summarizes some of the arguments and ideas, different approaches proposed to explain this effectiveness.
University of Seville
I Am Not Scared Project
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