Competition increases performance, but collaboration increases learning.

However, in schooling—especially when a student is first learning a
skill—successes, rather than failures, build character and esteem.
Competitive approaches kill the drive for learning if the student rarely finds
himself in the winner’s circle. Competition leads to sorting which, to a very
young person, often fosters feelings of disappointment, which diminish the
innate desires to participate in the activity—in this case, learning.

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