Within the multi-ethnic society in which we live the interaction and cohabitation between different people for ethnic and cultural aspects is an important key driver to exchange and share behaviours, values and rules for mutual enrichment as well as for individual and collective growth. So the “intercultural education” is an important way to drive and strengthen the process of teaching/learning. In this context research, knowledge and experience are the main pillars that attribute to the cooperative learning the meaning of “intercultural context”, allowing at the same time to validate this approach by means of criteria related to academic success, personal well-being and the quality of relationships in the classroom. The aim of the paper is to discuss about the birth, structure and development of the Cooperative Learning (CL) in order to analyze methodologies able to improve the learning outcomes of the members of a working group by using the effective teaching method.
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