Solidarity in interactive groups in a Learning Community of Spain

Estefanía Fernández, Nimbe Arellanos


The Learning Communities are an educational project. Its aim is to achieve quality education for children, youth and adults. The method to complete this goal is educational activities as interactive groups. In this paper, we present the solidarity of the students in interactive groups. For this reason, we use the critical communicative method. The research techniques are communicative observation and document analysis. The data has been obtained a learning community in Spain. The results of the analysis show that in interactive groups, the students help each other. Likewise, they cheer up and wait for each other.

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