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Cooperating to build a better world for all. Cathy McNicol and Stuart Trist. What are cooperatives?. Cooperatives are based on values of: self-help self-responsibility democracy equality equity solidarity. What are cooperatives?.

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Cooperating to build a better world for all

Cooperating to build a better world for all

Cathy McNicol and Stuart Trist


What are cooperatives

What are cooperatives?

Cooperatives are based on values of:

  • self-help

  • self-responsibility

  • democracy

  • equality

  • equity

  • solidarity


What are cooperatives1

What are cooperatives?

Cooperatives have internationally recognised characteristics :

  • members are united through at least one common interest

  • members pursue the goal of improving their economic and social situation through joint actions

  • members use a jointly owned and operated unit which provides them with goods and/or services.

  • Regardless of its physical size and activities, the unit’s purpose is to use the joint resources of the members to produce or obtain goods or services for the members.


Australian curriculum

Australian Curriculum

General capabilities:

  • Literacy

  • Numeracy

  • ICT capability

  • Critical and creative thinking

  • Personal and social capability

  • Ethical behaviour

  • Intercultural understanding.


Australian curriculum1

Australian Curriculum

Cross-curricula priorities

  • Sustainability

  • Asia

  • Indigenous


Simulation games

Simulation Games

Interaction with issues and roles to develop greater understanding

EgWorld Feast


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Simulation Games

Objective: to learn how cooperation can improve outcomes

Scenario: produce batik for sale

Group A – work individually

Group B – work cooperatively

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