Developing intra and interpersonal competences in learning situations


  • Alina Felicia Roman PhD. “Aurel Vlaicu” University, Arad


learning, competence, school, culture, education


The article discusses the possibilities to increase
the role of co-operative learning in educational contexts.
The theoretical model introduced in the first section is
reflecting the social interdependences perspective, and
proposes an integration of humanistic and constructivist
models. The new reference framework developed is
considered a useful starting point for the by introducing
some explanatory models regarding knowledge
development through interactions within the learning group,
through cooperation. Moreover their effects on learning
motivation are underlined in the context of specific
educational activities.


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