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for a while this site will be used by Dublin street artists.
Listen to some music from the streets of Dublin
--->>>fastforward>> some years------------------------we're still not the wiser for any reasons why street artists wouldn't be appreciated anymore-----------------
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Co-operation is directly related to communication, cohesiveness, trust, and the development of positive social-interaction skills. Through co-operative ventures, children learn to share, to empathize with others, to be concerned with others' feelings, and to work and get along better. The players in the game must help one another by working together as a unit -- each player being a necessary part of that unit, with a contribution to make -- and leaving no one out of the action to sit around waiting for a chance to play. The fact that children work together towards a common end, rather than against one another, immediately turns destructive responses into helpful ones: players feel that they are an accepted part of the game, and thus feel totally involved. The result is a sense of gaining, not losing.