Social organisation of the classroom

Challenges that work on the Social Organisation of the Classroom Competency:

Cooperative Learning

The teacher implements different kinds of organisation in individual and group activities, for suitable classroom management and to favour development of different competency-based learning.

Social organisation of the classroom is the way students are grouped together and the classroom dynamic is established according to the activities carried out and the attitudes we want to encourage.

We socially organise the classroom into large group activities, fixed heterogeneous teams, flexible heterogeneous teams and individual work. These groups define the method of classroom management, peer learning and development of specific habits and attitudes.

Cooperative Learning Challenge

Through this challenge, you learn about the set of teaching procedures based on class organisation into small, heterogeneous groups where students work together in a coordinated way to solve academic tasks and advance their own learning.

This challenge comprises three skills:


This skill aims to give teachers the necessary tools to achieve cooperative learning in the classroom, identifying the best kind of groups to responds to the characteristics of the activities and the learning objectives, as well as carrying out group bonding activities and introducing cooperative structures in the learning sequences to promote cooperative work among the students.

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The aim of this skill is to implement the learning enriched by the use of the Internet as an alternative to traditional teaching, enabling students to interact in and outside the classroom.

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The Learning Groups skill offers the teacher tools to plan suitable groups for each type of activity and learning objective, from knowledge of the various kinds of groups that can be used in the classroom.

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