Competitive and Cooperative Games Have Different Benefits and Drawbacks in Teaching
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Keywords

Competitive games
cooperative games
teaching
education
benefits

How to Cite

Ruziyeva Muhayyo Zoxid qizi. (2024). Competitive and Cooperative Games Have Different Benefits and Drawbacks in Teaching. Excellencia: International Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Education (2994-9521), 2(7), 89-92. https://doi.org/10.5281/

Abstract

This article aims to explore the multifaceted dynamics of competitive and cooperative games in teaching, examining their benefits, drawbacks, and implications for educational practice. Through a comprehensive analysis of relevant research, case studies, and practical strategies, educators will gain insights into leveraging the potential of both types of games to enhance student learning and engagement. By embracing the diversity of game-based approaches, educators can cultivate dynamic learning environments that cater to the diverse needs and preferences of their students, ultimately fostering a culture of curiosity, collaboration, and lifelong learning.

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