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Munca in echipa [Team Work]

Dana-Maria Cosma
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Dana-Maria Cosma: Scoala cu cls.I-VIII, „Florea Muresanu”, Suciu de Sus, Maramures

Proceedings Education, 2017, 105-110

Abstract: Team work is a didactic strategy which emphasizez on developing the competences of interpersonal communication, of student’s social behaviours. The traditional paradigms, focused on transmitting and assimilating knowledge, are slowly starting to no longer fit to the educational reality. The emphasis is on the student, on developing his oral and written communication competences, and digital ones. Team work is an old activity, which failed to be promoted constructively by education. This is why children nowdays fail to communicate, understand, cooperate. Only a gifted teacher can use such strategies in class, in any subject. Team work is a term which hides a variety of educational approaches, combining the effort of both students and their teachers. It is a form of collaborative learning, a technique of educational training where students work in groups in order to achieve tasks and reach mutual purposes, each of them contributing to it individually. It values the students’ need to work together as a real team, in a collegial climate, of mutual help, continuous advice, constructive communication, divergent thinking.

Keywords: team work; education; development; competences. Title of Book: Managementul educational: actualitate si evolutie (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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