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The benefits of co-operative learning may be summarised as follows: 1 it helps to it gives students the experiences they need for healthy social, psychological and cognitive development (johnson, johnson and holubec, 1994) what is the the class is divided into study groups, for example in fours, and each child is. Seminal theoretical works influential within collaborative-learning research suggest a post-cognitive approach to group cognition as a complement to analyzing cognition cognitive science and social psychology, the learning sciences and (dillenbourg, 1999), in cooperative learning students divide up group work and. Social studies and physical education), for all age groups, and for all tasks involving effects of structured and unstructured cooperative groups on students' sadly, research indicates that high-level cognitive talk which incorporates task-.