Learning to live together

Learning to live together, involves among other things students developing an understanding of others as they work together to achieve common goals (Delors, 1996) ,while completing projects involving activities for promoting the cognitive, moral and cultural dimensions of learning (Tawil & Cougoureux, 2014). These activities should include opportunities for discovering others and experiencing shared purposes (UNESCO Bangkok , 2014). Delors (1996) believes those who are discovering others should learn about the diversity of the human race as well as increase awareness of the similarities between, and the interdependence of, all humans. He describes experiencing shared purposes as activities where teams work together on rewarding projects with the power to disrupt routines, reduce differences, and replace conflict with cooperation.