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The review of data indicates that, across all countries involved in the assessment, only 8 percent of students are considered top performers in collaborative problem solving.

Positive relationships with peers, teachers, and parents, along with particularly fair treatment by teachers, are factors associated with higher collaboration scores, as is use of the internet and social networks outside school. However, students who report playing video games regularly score slightly lower in collaboration skills.

While many school subjects provide opportunities to cultivate skills in and positive attitudes towards collaboration, physical education is especially relevant. The PISA report indicates that participation in physical activity enhances positive attitudes towards collaboration, with students who attend physical education classes once or twice a week scoring highest in collaborative problem solving.

via PISA Reports on Collaborative Problem Solving | The International Educator (TIE Online)

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