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Interactive Didactic Strategies Based on Learning Through Collaboration and Cooperation

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  • Florentina Irina Barbu


    (School No. 29 Nicolae Romanescu, Craiova)

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    The didactic strategy is the efficient way through which the schoolmaster / teacher helps his pupils to reach knowledge and develop the intellectual capacities, the skills, the habits, the faculties, the feelings and the emotions. It is made of a complex and circular structure of methods, techniques, ways of teaching and patterns of activity organization, complementary, in base of which the headmaster / teacher elaborates a plan of working with the pupils, in order to efficiently accomplish their learning. Using the interactive methods promotes learning by cooperation as a superior form of psycho-social interaction, based on mutual support, on the constant effort of all the pupils.

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    Article provided by ASERS Publishing in its journal Journal of Research in Educational Sciences.

    Volume (Year): I (2010)
    Issue (Month): 1 (June)
    Pages: 4-6

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    Handle: RePEc:srs:jres12:1:v:1:y:2010:i:1:p:4-6
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