CL defined



Cooperative learning - because we is more than me


Easy. Efficient.


Cooperative Learning is the most cost-effective CPD investment available to schools today because it organises outstanding teaching into discrete, manageable packages.


These packages, called Cooperative Learning Interaction Patterns (or CLIPs), define in a practical way how learners interact with materials and each other to achieve your various objectives, giving full control of the learning process.


Notwithstanding their instant & high impact, CLIPs are simple to deploy in classrooms and give teachers and learners of all ages and levels a sense of freedom and empowerment.


No need to buy new materials: The CLIPs use your existing resources in more powerful ways, across all key stages and all subjects. Nor throw the baby out, nor the bathwater: Cooperative Learning invigorates any existing good practice and supports your current approaches, from Growth Mindset to Attainment for All.


Added considerations include the Sutton Trust's rating Cooperative Learning as one of the best investments of Pupil Premium, and the positive relationship between Cooperative Learning and the latest Ofsted framework.


See if Cooperative Learning is for you, or read one headteacher's description.

Or just have a look in the shop to find what you need.



“Cooperative learning strategies can be successful with students of all ages, learning styles, and ethnic backgrounds.”

- Marilyn W. Goodwin, Cooperative Learning and Social Skills: What Skills to Teach and How to Teach Them (PDF)

©Hammill Institute on Disabilities & Sage Publications. win, but we love you for it, because you are one of us...


Competition & Cooperative Learning? Q&A session, Norfolk, 2015.


...I don't think I

need to mention Ofsted tickboxing here…


Introduction to Cooperative Learning, Islam in RE; Religious Literacy & Controversy through Enquiry, 2015.


...this should

create less work, or there's something wrong...


Fitting CLIPs into lesson plans,

Q&A session, London, 2015..




In an anonomous survey, supported schools in the Sheringham SSIF were asked to which degree they agreed with this statement following their coaching visit:


very much agreed

(and the last 4% just agreed)

What are you doing at the bottom?

Click with me: join the mailing list COGS

* indicates required

Trust your colleagues

Explore the video gallery





COMMUNITY BUILDING > > > @werdelinEdu > >


© Werdelin Education 2017